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' SESSIONAL PAPEES 



VOLUMIi; 4 



FIRST SESSION OF THE NINTH PARLIAMENT 



OF THE 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



SESSIOX 1901 6^ 








VOLUME XXXV 



1 Edw. YII. Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. 



A. 1901 



s^ See also Numerical List, page 3. 

ALPHABETICAL INDEX 

OF THE 

SESSIONAL PAPERS 

OF THE 

PAELIAMENT OF OAE^ADA 



FIRST SESSION, NINTH PARLIAMENT, 1901. 



A 

Adulteration of Food 14 

Agricultural Implements 60 

Agriculture, Annual Report 15 

Alaska Boundary Line 101 

Archives, Canadian 18 

Auditor General, Annual Report 1 

B 

Baking Powder OG 

Banks, Chartered . 6 

Bonds and Securities 37 

Bridge over Lachine Canal 93 

British Army 99, 99rt 

British Canadian Loan and Investment Co. 62 

C 

Canadian Contingents to South Africa 35a 

Canadian Pacific Railway : 

Business with Interior Department 50a 

Crossing Ottawa Streets . . 506 

Lands sold by 50 

' C ' Battery, Canadian Artillery 71, 71a 

Census Forms, 1901 89 

Chartered Banks 6 

Cinqmars vs. Senecal 75 

Civil Service : 

Appointments and Promotions 46 

Examiners 31 

Insurance 41 

List 30 

Superannuations 40 

Coal supplied to Government 84 

Cold Storage Service 92 

Commissioners to Canadian Officers 99, 99« 

Criminal Statistics 17 

D 

Dawson Citizens' Address 56 

Dawson Public Buildings 57 

Dividends unpaid in Banks 7 

Dominion Lands 5.3,54,54a 

Doukhobors 107 

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Eastern Extension Railway 73 to 736 

East River Sheet Harbour Wharf 81 

Education, Lands for 61, 76, 76a 

Election Returns, 1900 3G 

Elevators, Grain 70 

Estimates ,., 2 to 5c 

Experimental Farms 16 

F 

Fisheries, Annual Report 22 

Fishing Berths 80«, 806 

Fishing Bounty 47, 80, 105 

Fishing Vessels 45 

V, 

Geographic board 21a 

Geological Survey Report 26 

Governor General's Warrants 39 

Grain Elevators 70 

Grain Inspection ... 74 

Gray, Robert 106 

H 

Hamilton Field Battery 103 

Hamilton Sub-post Office 83 

Harbour Commissioners 23 

Hydraulic Mining Leases 79 

I 

Immigration A gents 85 

Indian Act 51 

Indian Affairs, Annual Report 27 

Indian Re^serve at Sydney 65 

Indians, Micniac (0^ 

Indians, Supplies for 90 

Inland Revenue, Annual Report 12 

Inspection of Grain 74 

Insurance, Annual Report 8 

Insurance Companies 9 



1 Edw. YII. 



Alphabetical Index to Sessional Papers. 



A. 1901 



I 

Intercolonial Railway : 

Cars at Halifax and St. John 64 

Receipts and Expenditures 78 

Interior, Annual Report 25 

Italy and Canada 110 

J 
Justice, Annual Report 34 

K 
Kinnear's Mill Post Office , 86 

L. 

Lachine Canal Bridges 93, 93a 

Lands, Dominion 53, 54, 54a 

Lands in Manitoba 61, 76, 76a 

Library of Parliament, Annual Report 33 

M 

Mackenzie, Mann & Co.'s Claim 58^ 

Mail Contract 108 

Marine, Annual Report 21 

Micmac Indians 68 

Militia and Defence, Annual Report 35 

Mongolian Immigration 67 

Montreal Turnpike Trust 88 

N 

Napanee River Survey 48 

New Brunswick, Claim of. ... . 736 

New South Wales 59 

North-west Irrigation Act 52 

North-west Lands 61 

North-west Mounted Police 28, 28a 

North-west Territories, Stakes of 91 

Nova Scotia, Claim of 73, 73a 

O 

Ottawa City and C. P. R 506 

Ottawa Improvement Co 42 

Over-rulings of Treasury Board 44 

P 

Pacific Cable 59, 59a 

Paris Exhibition 77, 77a 

Pictou Harbour Commissioners 98 

Police, North-west Mounted ... 28, 28a 

Postmaster General, Annual Report 24 

. Preferential Tariff 100 

Preston, W. T. R 85 

Prince Edward Island 104 

Public Accounts, Annual Report 2 

Public Printing and Stationery 32 

Public Works, Annual Report . 19 



Quarantine 72 

Queen's County, P.E.I 105 

R 

Railways and Canals, Annual Reix)rt 20 

Railway Subsidies 55, 69 



Secretary of State, Annual Report 29 

Servis Railroad Tie Plates 95 

School Lands 76, 76rt 

6 

102 

94 

96 



Shareholders in Chartered Banks. 

St. Andrews Locks 

Sydney and East Bay Railway. . . 
Sydney and North Sydney 



Thompson, J. R 82 

Toronto Harbour 49 

Town Sites 63 

Trade and Commerce, Annual Report 10 

Trade and Navigation, Annual Report 11 

Trade Unions 43 

Treasury Board Over-rulings 44 

Trent Valley Canal 109 



r 

Unclaimed Balances in Banks . 

Unforeseen Expenses 

United States Fishing Vessels 



Valleyfield Labour Strike. 



H' 



Wagner, Col. Van 

Warrants, Governor General's . . 

Weights, Measures, &c 

Wellaud Canal, Water power at . 

Wharf, County of Halifax . 

Wood supplied to Government . 



Yukon : 

Blue-book of 1899, References to 

Citizens' Address at Dawson 

Liquor Permits 58a, 

Mackenzie, Mann & Co. 's Account 

Memorial to Governor General 

Mining Regulations 

Ordinances 

Public Buildings, Dawson 

Reix)rts from Commissioner 

Telegram from Hon. C. Sif ton 

Telegraph Line, Bennett to Dawson 

Theatres and Gambling Houses 



103 
39 
13 

97 
81 

84 



58; 

56 

e,f 

58/ 

58A- 

58^ 

58 

57 

586 

58i 

58c 

58h 



1 Edw. VII. List of Sessional Papers. A. 1901 



See also Alphabetical Index, page 1. 

LIST OF SESSIONAL PAPERS 

Arranged in Numerical Order, with their Titles at full length; the Dales when 
Ordered and when Presented to the Houses of Parliament ; the Name of the 
Member who moved for each Sessional Paper, and whether it is ordered to 
be Printed or Not Printed, 



CONTENTS OF VOLUME 1. 

(This volume is bound in two parts.) 

1. Report of the Auditor General for the year ended 30th June, 1900. Presented 15th February, 1901, 

by Hon. \V. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 2. 

2. Public Accounts of Canada, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1900. Presented 11th February, 1901, 

by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

3. Estimates of sums required for the service of Canada, for the year ending on the 30th June, 1902. 

Presented 11th February, 1901, by Hon. W. S. Fieldmg. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

4. Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1901. Presented 19th February, 1901, by 

Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

5. Further Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1901. Presented 9th April, 1901, by 

Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessimml papers . 

oa. Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1902. Presented 10th May, 1901, by Hon. 

W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

5b. Further Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1901. Presented 14th May, 1901, 

by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

5c. Further Supplementary Estimates for the year ending 30th June, 1902. Presented 18th May, 1901, 

by H(m. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribution and sessioncd papers. 

6. List of Shareholders of the Chartered Banks of Canada, as on the 31st December, 1900. Presented 

26th March, 1901, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Printed for both distribtition and sessional papers. 

7. Report of dividends remaining unpaid and unclaimed balances and unpaid drafts and bills of exchange 

in the Chartered Banks of Canada, for live years and upwards prior to 31st December, 1900. Pre- 
sented 20th May, 1901, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. . .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 3. 

S. Rej3ort of the Sui^erintendent of Insurance, for the year eaded 31st December, 1900. 

Printed for both distribution and smsional papers . 
^. Abstract of Statements of Insurance Companies in Canada, for the year ended 31st December, 1900. 
Presented 2nd April, 1901, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 4. 

10. Report of the Department of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1900. Pre- 

sented 12th March, 1901, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional pajyers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 5. 

11. Tables of the Trade and Navigation of Canada, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1900. Presented 

18th February, 1901, by Hon. \V, Paterson Printed for both distribution and sessional iMpers . 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 6. 

12. Inland Reveii^efe of Canada. Excise, etc., for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1900. Presented 11th 

February, 1901, by Hon. M. E. Bernier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

13. Inspection of Weights, Measures, Gas and Electric Light, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1900. 

Presented 11th February, 1901, by Hon . M. E. Bernier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional 2Mpers. 

14. Report on Adulteration of Food, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1900. Presented 22nd February, 

1901, by Hon. M. E. Bernier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

15. Report of the Minister of Agriculture, for the year ended 31st October, 1900. Presented 11th 

February, 1901, by Hon. S. A. Fisher Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

16. Report of the Directors and Officers of the Experimental Farms, for the year 1900. Presented 4tli 

March, 1901, by Hon. S. ^. Fisher Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 7. 

1 7. Criminal Statistics for the year 1900 Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

1 8. Report on Canadian Archives, 1900 Printed for- both distribution and sessional papers . 

CONTENTS OF \^OLUME 8. 

19. Report of the Minister of Public Works, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1900. Presented 11th 

February, 1901, by Hon. J. I. Tarte ...... .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

20. Annual Report of the Department of Railways and Canals, for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 1900. 

Presented 18th February, 1901, by Hon. A. G, Blair. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 9. 

21. Report of the Department of Marine and Fisheries (Marine), for the Fiscal Year ended 30th June, 

1900. Presented 11th February, 1901, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 
21a. Annual Report of the Geographic Board of Canada, 1900. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

22. Rei)ort of the Department of Marine and Fisheries (Fisheries), for the fiscal year ended 30th June, 

1900. Presented 11th February, 1901, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

23. RejKjrt of Harbour Commissioners, etc., 1900 Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 10. 

24. Report of the Postmaster General, for the year ended 30th June, 1900. Presented 11th February, 

1901, by Hon. W. Mulock Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

25. Annual Report of the Department of the Interior, for the year 1900. Presented llth February, 1901, 

by Hon. C. Sifton . . . . ; Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 11. 

26. Summary Report of the Geological Survey Department for the year 1900. Presented 11th April, 
1901. by Hon. C. Sifton , .Printed fi)r both distribution and sessional papers. 

'ilit Annual Report of the Department of Indian Affairs, for the year ended 30th June, 1900. Presented 
11th February, 1901, by Hon. C. Sifton Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

28. Report of the North- w«»st Mounted Police. Parts 1 and 2, 1900. Presented 27th February, 1901, by 

Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

USa. Report of the North-west Mounted - Police. Part III, 1900. Presented 28th March, 1901, by Sir 
Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 12. 

29. Report of the Secretary of State of Canada, for the year ended 31st December, 1900. Presented 19th 

February, 1901, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

30. Civil Service List of Canada, 1900. Presented 22nd February, 1901, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

31. Report of the Board of Civil Service Examiners, for the year ended 31st December, 1900. Presented 

21st March, 1901, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

32. Annual Report of the Department of Public Printing and Stationery, for the year ended 30th June, 

1900. Presented 21st March, 1901, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed far both distribution and sessional papers. 

33. Report of the Joint Librarians of Parliament for the year 1900. Presented 7th February, 1901, by 

the Hon. The Speaker Printed for sessional papers . 

34. Report of the Minister of Justice as to Penitentiaries of Canada, for the year ended 30th June, 1900. 

Presented 12th February, 1901, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

35. Report of the Department of Militia and Defence of Canada, for the year ended 31st December, 1900. 

Presented 1st March, 1901, by Hon. F. W. Borden. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 
35rt. Supplementary Report of the Department of Militia and Defence :— Organization, equipment, 
despatch and service of the Canadian Contingents during the war in South Africa, 1899-1900. Pre- 
sented 23rd May, 1901, by Sir Richard Cartwright. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papters. 

CONTENTS OF VOLUME 13. 

36. Return of the Ninth General Election for the House of Commons of Canada, held on the 30th day of 

October, 1900, and the 7th day of November, 1900, by H. G. LaMothe, Esq., Clerk of the Crown in 
Chancery for Canada. Presented 19th April, l&Ol, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 

Printed for both distribution and sessional papers . 

3T. Detailed statement of all bonds or securities registered in the department of the secretary of state of 
Canada, since last return, 6th February, 1900, submitted to the parliament of Canada under section 
23, chapter 19 of the Revised Statutes of Canada, Presented 11th February', 1901, by Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier ^^ot printed. 

38. Return showing the expenditure on account of unforeseen expenses from the 1st July, 1900, to the 

5th February, 1901. Presented 11th Febniary, 1901, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

39. Statement of Governor General's Warrants issued since the last session of parliament, on account of 

the fiscal year 1900-01. Presented 11th February, 1901, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

40. Statement of all superannuations and retiring allowances in the civil service during the year ended 

31st December, 1900, showing name, rank, salary, service, allowance and cause of retirement of each 
person superannuated or retired, also whether vacancy filled by promotion or by new appointment, 
and salary of any new appointee. Presented 11th February, 1901, by Hon. W. S. Fielding. 

Not printed. 

41. Statement in pursuance of section 17 of the Civil Service Insurance Act for the year ending 30th 

June, 1900. Presented 11th February, 1901, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME \2>— Continued. 

42. Statement of receipts and expenditure of the Ottawa Improvement Company, for the year ended 30th 

June, 1900. Presented 12th February, 1901, by Hon. VV. S. Fielding Not printaU 

43. Annual return under chapter 131 (R.S.C.) intituled : "An Act respecting Trade Unions," Pre- 

sented 12th February, 1901, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Ifot printed. 

44. Return of over-rulings by the treasury board of the auditor general's decisions between the commence- 

ment of the session of 1900 and the session of 1901, Presented 13th February, 1901, by Hon. W. 
S. Fielding Not printed, 

45. Copy of an order in council relative to the issue of licenses to United States fishing vessels. Pre- 

sented 18th February, 1901, by Sir Louis Da vies Not printed. 

46. Return of the names and salaries of all persons appointed to, or promoted in the civil service during 

the calendar year 1900. Presented 19th Februapy, 1901, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Not printed. 

47. Statement in reference to fishing bounty payments for the year 1899-1900. Presented 19th Febru- 

ary, 1901, by Sir Louis Davies , Not printed. 

48. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1901, for a report of the engineer 

who surveyed the Napanee river in 1900, and for a return showing the nauies of the persons em- 
ployed, length of employment and the sums paid to each person, and giving details of all other 
sums paid, with names of persons to whom payments were made on account of the said survey. 
Presented 21st February, 1901. — Mr. Wilson Not printed. 

49. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February. 1901, for a certain report made 

in June, 1900, respecting Toronto harbour by engineers W. T, Jennings and Joseph R. Roy. 
Presented 21st February, 1901. — Mr. Kemp Not printed. 

50. Return of all lands sold by the Canadian! Pacific Railway Company, from the 1st October, 1899, to 

the 1st October, 1900. Presented 25th February, 1901, by Hon. C. Sifton Not printed. 

50a. Return of correspondence, etc., respecting the affairs of the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, 
which the department of the interior has had since the previous return was presented to parlia- 
ment under the resolution of the 20th February, 1882. Presented 25th February, 1901, by Hon. 
C. Sifton Not printed. 

506. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 14th February, 1901, for copies of all appli- 
cations, documents, papers and corresiX)ndence by or between the Canadian Pacific Railway Com- 
pany and the government, or the minister of railways and canals, whereby the Canadian Pacific 
Railway Company applied for and obtained permission to cross, or continue to cross, certain 
streets in the western part of the city of Ottawa. Presented 25th February, 1901, by Hon. A. G. 
Blair .... Not printed, 

51'. Return showing reductions and remissions made under section 141 as added to the Indian Act by 
section 8, chapter 35, 58-59 Victoria, for the year ended 30th June, 1900. Presented 25th Feb- 
ruary, 1901, by Hon. C. Sifton , . Not printed. 

52. Return of orders in council published in the Canada Gazette, in accordance with the provisions of section 

46 of the North-west Irrigation Act. Presented 25th February, 1901, by Hon. C, Sifton. 

Not printed 

53. Return of orders in council published in the Canada Gazette, in accordance with the provisions of 

clause 91 of the Dominion Lands Act, chapter 54 of the Revised Statutes of Canada. Presented 
25th February, 1901, by Hon. C. Sifton Not printed. 

54. Return of orders in council published in the British Columbia Gazette, in accordance with the pro- 

visions of subsection (d) of section 38 of the regulations for the survey, administration, disposal 
and management of Dominion lands within the 40-mile railway belt in the province of British 

Columbia. Presented 25th February, 1901, by Hon. C. Sifton Not printed. 

64a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 22nd April, 1901, for statements showing 
amount outstanding on account of pre-emptions, grazing leases and upon tijnber, mineral and 
other Dominion lands. Presented 22nd April, 1901. — Hon. C. Sifton Not printed. 

55. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th February, 1901, showing : 1. The amount 

of the bonuses or subsidies voted by parliament each year to railways during the years 1896-7-8-9 
and 1900, inclusive. 2. The names of all railways to which bonuses or subsidies were voted by 
parliament during each of the said years, and the amount voted to each railway. 3. The amount 
of such bonuses or subsidies paid to each of the said railways, or to each and every company or 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME U— Continued. 

individual who may have become vested with the said bonuses or subsidies by transfer or other- 
wise, during each of the said years, and the conditions of such payments. 4. On what part or 
parts of the said bonuses or subsidies voted during the said years was interest payable, and how 
much of each of the said bonuses or subsidies on which interest is payable has been paid, giving 
details with reference to each railway. 5. The amount of interest paid during each of the said 
years by each of the said railways on the bonuses or subsidies they have received. 6. What rail- 
ways to which bonuses or subsidies have been voted by parliament during each of the said years, 
and paid wholly or in part with the ccndition that interest should be payable, have paid interest 
on the bonuses or subsidies received by them, and how much interest has each railway receiving 
such bonuses or subsidies paid each year. Presented 25th February, 1901.— iJ/r. Wilson. 

Not printed. 

56. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1901, for copies of the address 

presented by the citizens of Dawson to his excellency the governor general on the occasion of his 
excellency's visit to that city in 1900, all orders in council, correspondence and papers in any way 
connected with the said address and the requests and representations contained therein. Presen- 
ted 26th February, 1901.— 5?> Charles Hibbert Tuppei- •-••«•.. ..... Not printed, 

57. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1901, for copies of all papers, 

instructions, tenders, contracts, specifications, correspondence, reports in any way relating to the 
construction of a dwelling for the officers of the govei-nment or staflf in Dawson city. Also all 
instructions, papers, tenders, contracts, correspondence, reports in any way relating to the con- 
struction of public buildings under contract awarded to William Rourke. Also all instructions, 
papers, tenders, contracts, specifications, reports in any way relating to the construction of a 
bridge leading from the barracks and other public buildings to the main part of the town in 
Dawson. Presented 26th February, 1901. — Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper,^ Not printed, 

58. Ordinances of the Yukon Territory for 1900, pursuant to 01 Victoria, chapter 6, section 7. Pre- 

sented 28th February, 1901, by Hon. C. Sifton , . . #. Not printed, 

aSa. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1901, showing an itemized 
statement of the number of gallons of spirituous and malt liquors taken into the Yukon District 
since the period covered by return (1900) the number of permits issued therefor, name and post 
office address of those i3ersons or companies to whom permits were granted, and the amount paid 
therefor, and all correspondence in connection therewith. Presented 28th February, 1901. — Sir 

Charles Hibbert Tupper . Not printed, 

5 86. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1901, for copies of all reports 
from Mr. Ogilvie, commissioner of the Yukon district, not already brought down, together with 
such information as is available respecting the report referred to on page 5025 Hansard, May 10, 
1900, and the delay in sending it forward. Presented 4th March, 1901.— 5zr Charles Hibbert 

Tupper Not printed. 

58c. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th February, 1901, of all reports made by Mr. 
Charleson respecting telegraph construction work formerly or now under his charge ; showing also 
the names of men employed under him between Bennett and Dawson and the nationality of each 
so far as possible : the wages and allowances for each man so employed ; particulars as to any 
strikes on the part of the men for higher wages ; the names of parties who supplied the poles for 
the telegraph wire, and copies of all contracts and correspondence respecting the same ; whether 
standing trees en route have been used for stringing wires, and if so, for what distance approxim- 
ately, in comparison with the distance where poles were used ; how many poles were paid for, how 
many of those paid for w^ere not used for the telegraph line ; whether the linemen employed at 
Dawson, Ogilvie, Selwyn, Selkirk, Five Fingers, Lower LeBarge and Tagish are British subjects, 
and if not, the nationality of each ; the names of svib-contractors for the supply of poles and the 
residence of each sub-contractor, and all contracts respecting the same ; the terms of charter of ss. 
W. S. Stratton, the charterer's name and all papers respecting the same ; the name of her master 
and acting master and his nationality ; the terms of the charter party ; the use made of this 
steamer, whether she was used for supplies or otherwise, and what boats other than scows were 
so used ; how many scows were used and on what terms ; the amount charged or paid for trans- 
portation by water outside of the ss. Stratton; the length of time during construction Mr. Charle- 
son was actually present with the construction party ; the particulars as to purchase of ss. Lullie 
C, the purchase, disposal or sale or transfer of the boat and the terms thereof respectively ; copies 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME 12>— Continued. 

of all reports and correspondence respecting the same ; the arrangement for supplies made and 
with whom ; the arrangement at Bennett respecting pay for men's time returning from Dawson ; 
the amount already i)aid for the line under Mr. Charleson's charge ; copies of accounts rendered 
and of accounts paid in connection with this telegraph work, the rate of pay first and now allowed 
A. Boyer, assistant to Mr. Charleson ; also a statement showing where Mr. Charleson places his 
orders in Vancouver in this connection and on what terms, and what commissions, if any, are paid 
on these supplies and to whom ; the name of Mr. Charleson's agent at Vancouver in this connec- 
tion ; the quantity of supplies obtained by Mr. Charleson from the United States ; whether ]SIr . 
Charleson's son was paid $350, or other amount or amounts for expenses of a trip to Ottawa or 
otherwise, and whether he is or was then an employee of the government ; whether Mr. Charleson 
awards contracts to his foreman, and whether the foreman's expenses were paid into the locality 
of operations at government expense, and whether tenders are asked for in this connection ; and 
all contracts, reports, and papers respecting contracts let by Mr. Charleson or under his super- 
vision in connection \\'ith tlie telegraph line from Bennett to Dawson. Presented 5th March, 
1901. — Sir Charles Hihbert Tapper Not printed. 

&Sd. Supplementary return to 58</. Presented 5th March, 1901 /. Not printed. 

58e. Regulations governing the issue of permits to take liquor into the Yukon territory. Presented 8th 
March, 1901, by Hon. C. Sifton Not printed. 

58/. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th March, 1901, for a copy of the correspond- 
ence relative to the Huston liquor permit. Presented 13th March, 1901, by Hon. C. Sifton. 

Not printed. 

58(/. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th February, 1901, in tabular form, showing 
the names of all cases in which an apjieal has been taken to the hon. the minister of the interior 
(past and present) under the mining regulations, the date when each appeal was perfected, heard 
and decided. Presented 18th March, 1901.— -STr Charles Hihbert Tupper Not 2Jrinted. 

&8h. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th March, 1901, for copies of all correspondence 
and palmers relating to the issue of an order for the suppression of theatres and gambling houses in 
Dawson city. Presented 18th March, 1901.— Hon. C. Sifton Not printed. 

5Si. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated the 21st February, 1901, for copies of all des- 
patches, letters, telegrams, correspondence, reports respecting the subjects included in the following 
telegram of August 2nd, 1900: "Ottawa, Ont., Aug. 2, via Bennett, Aug. 7. F. C. Wade, 
Dawson, — Sir Wilfrid has handed me your message. Am endeavouring to remove difficulties 
caused by delays in answering communications addressed to other departments. Superintendent 
Tache, of the public works department, is now en route to Dawson, with orders for the construc- 
tion of trails and public buildings. Government considering plan of readjustment of royalty 
which will lighten tax and, we think, prove generally satisfactory. Order granting reptesentation 
in local council takes effect immediately. Ryley, of mining branch, en route to Dawson. Will 
reix)rt amendments to mining laws. Careful consideration, letters and petitions received here, 
convinces me every reasonable request regarding mining laws can be met in near future. Impossible 
for me to visit Yukon now. Hope to get there before many months. Cliffoud Sifton." Pre- 
sented 25th March, 1901.— 6Vr Charles Hihbert Tupper Not printed. 

58.?. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 7th February, 1900, for copies of all applications, 
records, reports, letters and memoranda relating to claims No. 18 and 26 and 16B referred to on 
pp. 197, 204, including the letter from Alexander ISIcDonald to Major Walsh, pp. 197, 198 (pages 
refer to Blue-book Yukon evidence presented to parliament during session of 1899). Also the 
records of papers showing the dates when royalties became due, and when royalties were collected 
in the Yukon district in 1897 and 1898, in the case of Alexander McDonald's claims and mining 
interests. (6) Alexander McDonald's letter of 20th July, referred to at p. 211 (Yukon Blue-lx)ok 
of evidence, 1899). (c) Return of Report of Major Walsh re royalties (referred to on page 211, 
Yukon Blue-book evidence, 1899). {d) Reports and papers relating to the case of Jenkin Llew- 
ellyn, referred to on pp. 211, 212, 213 (Yukon Blue-book above), (e) Reports and papers relating 
to cases dealt with under Judge Maguire's ruling, referred to on p. 246 (Yukon Blue-book a}x)ve). 
(/) Reports and papers relating to Phil. Miller's case, p. 247 (Blue-book above), {g) Reports and 
papers relating to Murphy's case, 247 (Blue-book above). Presented 22nd April, 1901.— 5j> Charles 
Hihbert Tupper Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME U— Continued. 

58A-. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 4th March, 1901, for copy of the memorial to 
his excellency the governor general and any communications to the government of Canada, or any 
member thereof, respecting the requirements of the Yukon territory, and all reports, communica- 
tions and orders in council respecting the same or any subject of the said memorial. Presented 

22nd April, 1901. —Sir Charles Hihhert Tuppcr Ifot printed. 

58/. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd May, 1901, for copies of the original state- 
ment of Mackenzie, Mann & Co., in connection with the construction of the Canadian Yukon 

Railway. Presented 23rd May, 1901. — Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for distribution. 

59, Copy of an agreement dated the IGth day of January, 1901, made between the government of the 
colony of New South Wales by the Honourable Henry Copeland, agent-general for New South 
Wales, of the first part, and the Eastern Extension Australasia and China Telegraph Company, 
Limited (hereinafter called " the Extension Company "), of the second part. Presented 1st March, 

1901, by Hon. W. Mulock Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

59a. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 11th March, 1901, for copies of all tenders received for the 
laying of an electric cable from Canada to Australia ; a copy of the contract entered into for the 
construction and laying of said cable : together with a copy of all correspondence and documents 
relating to the nationalization of the telegraphies of the Empire, to include papers not already laid 
before the house, and all contracts or other pai)ers relating thereto. Presented IGth April, 1901. — 

Hon. Sir Mackenzie Boicell , , .Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

€0. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th February, 1901, showing the amount of 
the rebate jjaid on agricultural implements exported from Canada for the fiscal year ending June 30, 
1896, 1897, 1898, 1899 and 1900, specifying amount paid to each firm in each of those years. Pre- 
sented 5th March, 1901, by Mr. Roche (Marquette) Printed for sessional papers. 

61. Supplementary return to an address of the Senate, dated 25th April, 1899, for a return showing: 
1, The number of acres of land set apart for the purpose of education in the province of Manitoba 
and in the North-west Territories, respectively, under the authority of chapter 54, Revised Statutes 
of Canada, section 23, 2, The number of acres sold in Manitoba and the North-west Territories, the 
amount received in payment therefor, and the amount now due thereon, 3. The total sum now ut 
the credit of said fund held by the Dominion of Canada, how invested, and the rate of interest 
thereon. 4. The amount advanced out of said principal sum in aid of education in the province of 
Manitoba and the North-west Territories. 5. The sum recouped to the said principal out of the 
proceeds of the sale of lands set apart for the purix)se of education, and the amount now due to said 
principal sum. 6. And all correspondence relating to any further advance or advances out of said 
school fund, either to Manitoba or the North-west council. Presented 6th March, 1901. — Hon. Sir 

Mackenzie Bowell Printed for sessional papers. 

<j2. Statement of affairs of the British Canadian Loan and Investment Company (Limited) for the year 
ended 31st December, 1900. Also a list of the shareholders on 31st December, 1900. Presented 

(Senate) 6th March, 1901, by the Hon. The Speaker . . , Ifot printed . 

63. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 4th March, 1901, for a certain report, with the 
evidence, presented to the department of the interior by the commissioners appointed on June 19th 
last to audit all accounts and investigate and reix)rt upon all matters connected with the adminis- 
tration and sale by the trustees of the town sites of Virden, Qu'Appelle, Regina and Moosejaw. 

Presented 8th March, 1901.— ilfr. Osier Not printed. 

6-4. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 20th June, 1900, showing : 1. Which of the cars enumerated 
in the return to an address of the Senate, dated 7th May, 1900, as having "arrived at Halifax and 
St. John, respectively, previous to the 10th April last and which had not been unloaded at that date," 
have been since unloaded. 2. Dates upon which such cars were severally unloaded . 3. Amount of 
demurrage collected on each car. Presented 8th March, 1901.— J7on. Mr. Wood Not printed. 

65. Order of the House of Commons, dated 13th March, 1901, for a copy of the correspondence relative to 

applications to purchase the Indian reserve at Sydney, Cape Breton. Presented 13th March, 1901, 
by Hon. C. Sifton Not printed. 

66. Return to an Order of the House of C(jmmons, dated 4th March, 1901, for copies of all circulars, 

papers and instructions sent out by the inland revenue dejmrtment during the past year in reference 
to certain brands of baking powder being condemned by the department, and notifying merchants 
to cease their sale under penalty. Presented 13th March, 1901.— i)//*. Roche (Marquette). 

Not printed. 

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67. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 21st February, 1901, for copies of all corres- 

pondence, telegrams and reiwrts that have passed since March, 1900, between the Dominion govern- 
ment and the Imperial 'government and between the Dominion government and th*^ Provincial 
government of British Columbia in regard to Mongolian immigration into Canada. Presented 13th 
March, 1901. — Mr. Prior Printed for sessional papers . 

68. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 4th March, 1901, of all correspondence, petitions 

or other documents between the Indian department and Alexander Marchel, chief of the band of 
Micmac Indians residing on the Indian reserve, Saint Ann de Restigouche, P.Q., for years 1900 and 
1901, relative to the Indian agent or his duties in connection with the said band. Presented 14th 
March, 1901. — Mr. Sproxde , Not printed. 

69. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th February, 1901, for a list of all railway 

corporations now doing business in Canada under charter of the Dominion parliament, which have 
received subsidies by cash or land grants, or are entitled thereto, and the amount of such subsidy 
attached to each. Presented 18th March, 1901. — Mr. Smith (Vancouver J Not printed. 

70. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th February, 1901, showing : 1. The dates of 

the erection of the Dominion grain elevators at St. John, N.B., and at Halifax, and the cost of each. 
2. The amount of grain handled during each year since said elevators were built, giving the amount 
of each kind of grain handled by each elevator each year, and how much of each kind of grain was 
received at each elevator each year for export and exported. 3. The number of officials employed at 
each elevator each year and their salaries. 4. All other expenses paid each year on account of each 
of the said elevators. 5. The gross cash receipts at each of the said elevators during each year since 
the}' have been built. Presented 18th March, 1901. — Mr. Wilson Not printed. 

71. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th February, 1901, for copies of all papers, 

telegrams, etc., respecting the pay of the men of "C " battery, Canadian artillery, which served in 
South Africa; or respecting the deduction of any portion of the pay of the men or any of them. 

Presented 21st March, 1901.— Mr. Clarke Not printed. 

71a. Supplementary return to No. 71. Presented 11th April, 1901 Not printed. 

72. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th March, 1901, for a copy of the correspon- 

dence and memorandum concerning changes in quarantine of animals between the United States 
and Canada. Presented 25th March, 1901.— ^Ton. S. A. Fisher Printed for sessional papers . 

73. Extract from a report of the committee of the hon. the privy council, dated 19th July, 1900, respect- 

ing the arbitration of the claim preferred by the province of Nova Scotia against the government of 
the Dominion for a refund with interest of moneys expended by the said provincial government upon 
that part of the Intercolonial Railway between New Glasgow and the Straits of Canso, formerly 
known as the " Eastern Ext«ision Railwaj'," and also the report of the arbitrators. Presented 27th 
March, 1901, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for both distribution and sessional papers. 

73a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 25th April, 1901, for a copy of the evidence 
taken before the arbitrators with respect to the Eastern Extension Railway's claims between the 
pro vmce of M ova Scotia and the Dominion of Canada. Presented 25th April, 1901.— Sir Wilfrid 
Laurier Not printed. 

73b. Extract from a report of the committee of the hon. the privy council, dated 17th February, 1900, 
respectir^g the claim preferred by the province of New Brunswick against the Dominion government 
for moneys alleged to be justly due and owing the province arising out of the construction of that 
portion of the Intercolonial Railway formerly known as the Eastern Extension Railway, and the 
award of the arbitrators, dated the 27th October, 1900. Presented 17th May, 1901.— ^on. W. S. 
Fielding Printed for both distributton and sessional papers. 

74. Extract from a report of the committee of the hon. the privy council, dated 23rd March, 1901, on a 

memorandum from the minister of inland revenue submitting herewith the report of the commis- 
sioners appointed under date of 2nd January, 1901, to investigate, inquire into and report upon 
certain complamts made with regard to the inspection of grain at the port of Montreal, etc. Pre- 
sented 27th March, 1901, by Sir Wilfrid Laurier Printed for sessional papers. 

7 5. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 21st February, 1901, for copies of the com- 
plaints, pleas, convictions, notes of judgment and all other papers, corresix)ndence, etc., relating to 
the case of Cinqmars vs. Senecal, decided by the court of queen's bench (crown side), on the 17th 
of December, 1900. Presented 27th March, 1901.— Mr. Fortin Not printed. 

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76. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1901, for a list of school lands 

sold at public auction in Manitoba during last year, place of sale and name of auctioneer and other 
officials in charge of the sale. The name of the purchaser, with the description and acreage of the 
respective lots purchased, price of sale per acre and amount paid on account. A list of the lots 
adjudicated but which weie subsequently resold, name of first purchaser, price bid and at which 
adjudication was made ; also price at which sale of same lot was subsequently made, with name of 

purchaser. Presented 28th March, 1901.— Mr. LciRiviere Not printed. 

76«. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 22nd April, 1901, for a copy of the reports of 
His Honour Judge Pendergast, on his investigations of the alleged irregularities in connection with 
the auction sales of school lands, held in the province of Manitoba during the month of June, 1900. 
Presented 22nd April, 1901.— Hon. C. Sifton Not printed. 

77. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 29th March, 1901, for a copy of the correspondence 

between Lord Strathcona and the minister of agriculture re cost of space in the various imperial 
buildings and cost of the Trocadero and Vincennes buildings, together with reports and minutes 
from February, 1898, to June, 1900. Presented 29th March, 1901.— ^Ton. -S. A. Fisher. .Not printed. 
77a. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 18th February, 1901, for copies of all correspon- 
dence, telegrams, letters, notes and memoranda exchanged between the Canadian commissioner at 
the Paris exhibition, or any member of the Canadian commission and Lord Strathcona or the royal 
commission or the colonial secretary, in relation to the representation of Canada at the exhibition. 
Presented 3rd April, 1901 — Mr. Bourassa Not printed. 

78. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1901, showing; (a.) Xet receipts 

and expenditures of the latercolonial Railway for each month from 30th June, 1899, up to the first 
day of March, 1901. (b.) The expenditure on capital account with respect to the Intercolonial 
Railway for each month from 30th June, 1899, up to the first day of March, 1901. Presented 29th 
March, 1901. — Mr. Borden (Halifax) Not printed. 

79. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 21st February, 1901, for copies of each of the 

hydraulic mining leases mentioned on page 05 of the annual report of the department of the interior, 
1900 ; also showing what conditions or terms of these leases have been complied with respectively ; 
also copies of all rejxjrts, letters and communications respecting each lease. Presented 1st April, 
1901. — Sir Charles Hibbcrt Tnpper , Not printed. 

80. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th March, 1901, for copies of all letters, papers 

and other correspondence between the department of marine and fisheries and J. Albert Brennan, of 
Tignish, Prince county. Prince Edward Island, regarding the payment of a fishing bounty cheque, 
made in favour of one Joseph Reilly, and for which the said J. Albert Brennan held the order of 
the payee. Presented 2nd April, 1901. — Mr. Hackett Not printed. 

80rt. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1901, for copies of all rules and 
regulations and all correspondence in the department of marine and fisheries relating to fishing 
berths and the shore fishery in West Halifax, more especially within the polling district of Prospeck 
and Dover. Presented 2nd April, 1901. — Mr. Roche (Halifax) Not printed. 

80?y. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 4th March, 1901, for copies of all correspondence, 
letters, papers and documents relating to the alleged interference with the fishing berths of the 
members of the Shad and East Dover Fishing Association in the county of Halifax, and all letters 
and communications to the government or department of marine and fisheries from the said associa- 
tion, or from any person on its behalf relating to the matters aforesaid. Presented 2nd April, 1001 . 
— Mr. Borden (Halifax) Not printed. 

81. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 21st February, 1901, for copies of all correspond- 

ence, papers, tenders, returns and other documents relating to the government wharf at or near the 
ferry. East River, Sheet Harbour, in the county of Halifax, Xova Scotia, showing the title of the 
crown, if any, to this wharf and the use which has been made thereof since 1st January, 1897. The 
person or persons in charge of the wharf on behalf of the government since 1st January, 1897. The 
moneys which have been expended by the government thereon since 1st January, 1897. The dates 
when the same were so expended, whether the same were expended by public contract or how other- 
wise ; also all such papers aforesaid as show the amount collected or received by the government, or 
by any person or persons on its behalf, for use of such wharf since 1st January, 1897. Presented 

2nd April, 1901.— ilfr. Borden {Halifax) Not printed. 

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82. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 190], showing : 1. When J. R. 

Thompson was appointed an official of the department of interior, outside service. 2. His duties 
and his salary. 3. Whether he ever acted in any other capacity than a homestead inspector, and if 
so, in what capacity or capacities, and for what length of time. 4. When he was dismissed. Date 
of notice of dismissal. At what date he \vould, if on duty as homestead inspector, probably have 
received it. 5. The date to which he was paid. If engaged by month, whether he was entitled to 
his pay up to the end of January, 1901. And if not, why not. G. Whether it is not customary, in 
dismissing officials of several years' standing, to pay them a gratuity in proportion to their length of 
service. Whether it has been done in similar case'fe. If so, why not in his. 7. The cause of his 
dismissal. 8. What charges were made against him, and whether he was given an opportunity to 
reply to them. 9. Copy of notices issued by Mr. Burley. 10. Copy of Mr. Burley's instructions. 
11. The name of the person at whose instance Mr. Burley issued such notices, and if on his own 
responsibility, whether Mr. Burley's action was approved or censured. 12. Whether it is customary 
for the department of interior to advertise for parties to come forward and make complaints against 
the officials of that department. If not, why was that course followed in this case? 13. The result 
of said investigation. Whether the investigation was adjourned to enable the complainant to secure 
evidence, and how long the investigation lasted. 14. Whether Thompson M'as ever notified of the 
finding of the investigation. 15. A copy of this notification. 16. The date of Mr. Burley's investi- 
gation and the date of his report. 17. Whether the files of the department in the case under investi- 
gation furnished the complainants. 17a. Whether it is customary in such cases to hand over the 
files of the department to the complainants. 18. Whether Mr. Thompson requested the department 
to furnish him certain papers on the files furnished the complainants as having any bearing on the 
complaint. 19. Whether he made this request more than once ; if so, how many times did he do so? 
What reply was given him in each case ? 20. The name of the party or parties appointed in his 
place. 21. The qualification of his successor or successors for the position. 22. His or their 
experience to qualify him or them for the said position, and of what has such experience consisted. 
At what date were such appointments made and on vvhat recommendations. 23. At time of Thomp- 
son's dismissal the amount of work on hand requiring attention by him or some one acting in the 
same capacity. 24. A comparative statement of the last two years of the duties performed by him 
and all the other homestead inspectors and forest rangers where the duties of both offices are per- 
formed by the one official. 25. The number of inspections made during the twelve months ending 
30th Nov. in years 1896-97-98-99 by all parties acting as homestead inspectors and the number of days 
in each year they were etr: ployed making inspections. The number of days in each year they receive 
pay, and during the time they were under pay, vvhat other duties as homestead inspectors were they 
engaged at. Also the number of applications for patents received by each during the same period 
and the fees the department received for such applications. 26. The date when the charges were 
made against Thompson which were investigated by Mr. Burley. 27. The date of Mr. Burley's 
report. 28. Whetlier any further charges have been made. 29. If so, by whom and their nature. 
30. When Thompson was apprised of them and asked to disprove or reply to them. 31. Whether it 
is not the custom of the department to give all officials an opportunity to reply to any charges or 
insinuations against their conduct 32. The duties of Mr. Burley prior to the investigation of 
charges against Mr. Thompson. 33. How long Mr. Burlej' had been in the employment of the 
department of the interior ; his calling or business prior to appointment to investigate such charges, 
and what was his salary. 34. Whether, at the date of such investigation, Mr. Burley was con- 
sidered Mr. Thompson's superior officer. 35. Who recommended Mr. Burley's apix)intment as 
investigator or commissioner into the charges against Mr. Thompson. 36. Was there any protest, 
verbal or written, against the appointment of Mr. Burley by any official of the department or any 
other person ? 37. How long the investigation lasted. 38. What it cost the department. 39, What 
the department paid the witnesses brought by the complainant. 40. Did the department pay any 
of the legal expenses of the complainant ? 41. Did the department pay the legal expenses of said 
Thompson in the case ? 42. Was the department asked to do so, and to what amount ? 43. If so, 
what reason was given for declining to or refusing such request? Presented 3rd April, 1901. — Sir 
Charles Hihhert Tuppcr . . JVot printed . 

83. Return to an order of the House of Commons, 4ated 13th March, 1901, for copies of all petitions, 

papers, directions, letters and other correspondence relating to the change in the situation of the 
Pearl street sub-post office in Hamilton, or to the age and reputation of the late postmaster, Mr. 
Hull, or to the situation of the new post office and the appointment of Mr. McDonell ; also for 

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copies of all communications and papers which led the inspector to make inquiry with regard to any 
of these matters. Presented 3rd April, 1901. — 3Ir. Barker jVo^ printed . 

84. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 21st February, 1901, showing the names and 

addresses of all parties tendering (where tenders were called for) for coal and wood, or either, for 
the uses of the government of Canada since 1st July, 1899 ; copy of the tender put in by each party 
tendering, copy of the specification issued in each case where tenders were called for, name and 
address of the successful tenderer in each case, together with the kind, quality and quantity of coal 
and wood, or either, tendered for ; also the kind, quality and quantity of coal and wood, or either, 
for which tenders were accepted in each case, and the prices paid ; also the location of each govern- 
ment building or institution supplied with coal and wood, or either, the quantity and quality and 
sizes of coal and wood, or either, supplied to each and the price in each case. Also the names and 
addresses of all parties supplying coal and wood, or either, without tender since the above date to 
the government of Canada, the kind, quality and quantity supplied in each case by each person, the 
prices paid in each case, and the location of the building or institution supplied. Presented 3rd 
April, IdOl.— Mr. Clarke Not printed. 

85. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 12th February, 1901, showing : 1. The number 

of immigration agents employed by the government of Canada in the United States of America for 
each of the calendar 5'ears 1894-5-6-7-8-9 and 1900, together with the names of each of such agents, 
date of appointment of each, the location of each during each of said years, the salary of each during 
each of said years, number of days sj^ent by each in his oflKce, each year, amount of rent paid by each 
agent for offices during each of said years, number of days spent by each agent in travelling and 
amount of travelling exj^enses of each during each of said years, and amount allowed during each of 
said years to each or any of the said agents for board or lodging, or for both, the amount of help 
employed by each agent dui-ing each of said years, together with the amounts paid by each agent 
each year for such help, giving the names of p>ersons employed, number of days employed each year 
and amounts paid each year to each person employed, and showing all other expenses in connectibn 
with these agents and their work. Date of leaving or dismissal from the service of the Dominion 
government. If still in tlie employment of the government, where, and the salary for the present 
year, and the number of emigrants i-e ported by each agent during each of the said years as having 
emigrated to Canada from the district in which he was working. 2. The number of agents employed 
by the government of Canada in the United States of America for each of the calendar years 1894-5- 
G-7-8-9 and 1900, who were paid by commission, the manner of determining the commission to be 
paid each agent, the amount paid to each during each of said years, the amount of all other expendi- 
ture incurred by the government of Canada during each of said years on account of immigration 
agents employed in the United States of America on commission, and the work done by each of such 
agents during each of said years. 3. The names of all other immigration agents employed during 
the calendar years 1894-5-6-7-8-9 and 1900 by the government of Canada, the date of appointment of 
each, the location of each during each of said years, the salary of each during each of said years, the 
number of days spent by each in travelling and the travelling ex^jenses of each during each of the 
said years, the number of days spent by each in his office during each of said years and amounts paid 
by each for office rent and hired help, in detail, during each of said years, amount allowed to each 
for board and lodging during each of said years, and amount of all other expenses during each of 
said years of each such agents in connection with his office and charged to the government of Canada. 
4. Date of appointment of W. T. R. Preston, his salary, his duties, his travelling expenses, amount 
he charged the government of Canada for board and lodging and other expenses in connection with 
his office, during each year since his appointment. Presented 9th April, 1901.— Mr. Wilson. 

Not printed. 

86. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 13th February, 1901, for copies of the evidence, 

exhibits and report of the inquiry held at Inverness, in the county of Megantic, by Hon. Mr. Justice 
White, of Sherbrooke, in the matter of the post oflBce of Kinnear's Mill. Presented 9th April, 1901. 
—Mr. Turcot Not printed. 

87. Return (in part) to an address of the House ot Commons, dated 3rd April, 1901, for copies of all cor- 

respondence, telegrams and messages in the government labour bureau between the department and 
all persons referring to the labour strike at Valley field, in Beauharnois county, province of Quebec, 
during the month of November last ; also copies of all letters, telegrams and messages exchanged 
between the militia department and the municipal authorities at Valleyfield, or any justice of the 

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peace, the military authorities at Montreal or any other persons relating to the said strike, and the 
calling out or payment of the troops in connection therewith ; also a statement showing expenses 
incurred by the Dominion government in reference to said strike. Presented 11th April, 1901. — 
Mr. Monk ,. Printed for sessional papers. 

87a. Supplementary return to No. 87. Presented 26th April, 1901 Printed for sessional papers. 

88. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd April, 1901^ for a statement showing the 
receipts and expenditure of the Montreal Turnpike Trust, and a copy of the annual statement 
furnished the bondholders of the said corporation by the Montreal Turnpike Trust for the past ten 
years. Presented 1 2th April, 1901. — Mr. Monk Not printed. 

«9. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 10th April, 1901, for copies of the forms of oaths 
administered and circulars issued in connection with the census of 1901. Presented 19th April, 1901. 
— Hon. S. A. Fisher Not printed. 

90. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 19th April, 1901, for copies of tenders for supplies 

for Indians of Manitoba and the North-west Territories for the fiscal year 1899-1900. Presented 19th 
April, 1901.— JJon. C. Sifton Not printed. 

91. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 3rd April, 1901, showing copies of all memorials, 

replies thereto and correspondence between the government of the North-west Territories, and any 
member thereof, and the government of Canada, and any member thereof, on the subject of the 
financial .and constitutional status of the said North-west Territories. Presented 22nd April, 1901. 
Mr. Scott Printed for sessional papers. 

^2. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 23rd April, 1901, for a copy of the agreement 
with steamship companies for cold storage service during the years 1900 and 1901. Presented 23rd 
April, 1901.— -ETon. S. A. Fisher Not printed. 

93-. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd April, 1901, showing the cost of construction 
of the bridge built by the government across the Lachine canal at C6te St. Paul, also estimated 
cost of strengthening or rebuilding said bridge, if such estimate has been made, and copies of all 
petitions and correspondence had with the government of Canada upon this subject. Presented 24th 
April, 1901.— ilfr. Monk - Not printed. 

'93a. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 9th May, 1901, for the original papers comprising books 
1st, 2nd and 3rd, on the substructures of the two bridges over the Lachine canal at Wellington 
street, Montreal, with the accompanying drawings and appendix. Presented 13th May, 1901. — Hon. 
Mr. O^Donohoe Not printed* 

94. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1901, for copies of all correspondence 
vdth the department of railways relative to the building of a line of railway between Sydney and 
East Bay, in the county of Cape Breton, and copies of any reports made to the department having 
reference to this matter. Presented 24th April, 1901. — Mr. Johnston (Cape Breton) Not printed. 

'95. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1901, showing the quantity of Servis 
railroad tie plates purchased by the government since June 30, 1887, the persons or companies from 
which the purchases were made, the quantities purchased, prices paid, dates of contracts and times of 
delivery. Presented 24th April, 1901.— 3Ir. Foicler Not printed . 

96. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1901, for copies of all contracts con- 

nected with the improvements at Sydney railway yard and at north Sydney Junction ; also a state- 
ment of all prices paid per cubic yard for earth (different kinds) and rock (different kinds), and for 
borrowing for embankment under said contract and in connection with said improvements ; also how 
much was paid for ditching, clearing and close-cutting and grubbing, per acre or per hundred feet ; 
also for culvert masonry, retaining walls, cattle guards and crossings, fencing and gates. Presented 
24th April, 1901.— Sir Charles Hibbert Tapper Not printed. 

97. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 3rd April, 1901, showing the number of leases 

of water power granted on the Welland canal and feeder ; the names of the lessees ; the quantity of 
power granted in each lease, and the location of such power ; the consideration named in each lease, 
and the length of the term granted ; the names of the present holders ; the amount of consideration 
in arrears, if any, on each lease, and the number of years during which such arrears have been accu- 
mulating. Presented 24th April, 1901.— Mr. German Not printed. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME l?,— Continued. 

98. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 4th of March, 1901, for copies of all accounts, 

aorreements, receipts and vouchers in connection with the settlement of the petition of right, Pictou 
Harbour Commissioners vs. the Queen, which was completed by payment in 1898. Presented 24th 
April, 1901.— ilfr. Bell (Pictou) Not j^rintcd. 

99. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1901, for oopy of all correspond" 

ence between the Canadian and British governments, relating to commissions to be granted Canadian 

officers in the British army. Presented 25th April, 1901. — Mr. Bourassa Not printed . 

99a. Supplementary return to No. 99. Presented 22nd May, 1901 Not printed . 

100. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1901, for copies of all orders in 
council, regulations and other documents since the first day of January, 1897, presenting or showing 
what percentage or proix)rtion of value of goods entitled to the advantages of the preferential tariff 
could be created in foreign countries, and what percentage or proportion of such value must be 
created in the United Kingdon ; and also setting forth and showing what declarations, statements, 
affirmations or oaths must be made, declared or sworn to by exporters or other persons consigning 
such goods to Canadian importers, or by persons in Canada importing such goods from Great Britain 
and Ireland. Presented 26th April, 1901. — Mr. Clarke Printed for sessional papers. 

101. Copy of the joint report of W. F. King, chief astronomer of the department of the interior, and Otto 
H. Tittman, of the United States coast and geodetic survey, the commissioners appointed under the 
modus Vivendi agreed to l)etween Great Britain and the United States on the 20th October, 1899, to 
reix)rt in regard to the provisional boundary between the territory of Alaska and the Dominion of 
Canada, about the head of Lynn canal ; also majis accompanying the said report, and copy of order 
in council of the 20th February, 1901, in which it is provided that copies of this reix)rt be laid before 
parliament. Presented 20th May, 1901.— Han. C. Sifton, Printed for distribution. 

102. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1901, for copies of all papers, corres- 
pondence and claims made in connection with the alleged non-observance of the fair-wage clause 
in the contract for the construction of the St. Andrews locks. Presented 3rd May, 1901. — Mr. 
Puttee Not printed . 

103. Return to an order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1901, for a return of all correspond- 
ence between the government or any officer thereof, and Col. Van Wagner, relating to the retirement 
of that officer from the command of the Hamilton field battery ; and also the authority for consider- 
ing Col. Van Wagner as a "commanding officer" and thus bringing that officer under the operation 
of the "five years tenure of command law." Presented 8th May, 1901.— JWr. Hughes (Victoria). 

Not printed . 

104. Extraot from a rei)ort of the connnittee of the honourable the privy council with respect to a memorial 
of the government of Prince Edward Island : praying for a certain payment to the island of a sum 
of money as compensation for an alleged non-fulfilment by the government of Canada of its obliga- 
tions under the terms of union made in 1873, between the Dominion and the province, to provide 
and maintain efficient steam communication between the island a«id mainland both winter and sum- 
mer, &c. Presented 8th May, 1901, by Hon. W. S. Fielding Not printed. 

105. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 16th April, 1901, giving the names and addressesof all fish- 
ermen in Queen's county, P.E.I., who claimed bounty and received the same, for season 1900, wi^h 
the amount paid to each. Presented 2nd May, 1901.— J^on. Mr. Ferguson. .. Not printed. 

106. Return to sm. order of the House of Commons, dated 11th March, 1901, for copies of all corresiX)nd- 
enott, reports and certificates in regard to the application of Robert Gray, late lighthouse keeper at 
Entrance Island, British Columbia, for superannuation ; also statement showing for how long and 
what amounts he had paid into the superannuation fund. Presented 9th May, 1901.— ilfr. Prior. 

Not printed . 

107. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 2nd May, 1901, showing how many Doukhobors have made 
homestead entries of 160 acres of land each, and in what particular district of the North-west Terri- 
tories they have made such entries, and who own or have entries for the land the \dllages are built 
on. Also how many permits have been granted to the Doukhobors, and the quantity permitted to 
each Doukhobor, and the particular section of the North-west Territories such permits have been 
granted. And further, how many wood permits have been granted to the Doukhobors and the num- 
ber of cords or quantities given each person as may be designated. Presented 15th May, 1901. 
—Hon. Mr. Perlcu Not printtd. 

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CONTENTS OF VOLUME U— Concluded. 

108. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 15th April, 1901, shovsdng the number of tenders received 
by the ix)st office department for the carrying of the mail from Coe Hill Mines, in the north riding 
of the county of Hastings, to Apsley, in the east riding of the county of Peterboro' ; the names of 
the persons who tendered, the sum asked for the conveyance of such mails, and the name of the 
person to whom the contract was awarded. Presented 13th May, 1901. — Hon. Sir Mackenzie 
Boicell Not printed. 

109. Return to an address of the Senate, dated 18th April, 1901, for copies of all reports and maps made 
by engineers, or any other employee of the government, who have surveyed and examined that portion 
of the province of Ontario lying between Rice Lake and Port Hope, or some points adjacent thereto, 
for the purpose of ascertaining whether a feasible route exists for the construction of and making the 
southern terminus of what is known as the Trent Valley canal, at or near Port Hope, on the north 
shore of Lake Ontario. Presented 20th May, 1901. — Hon. Sir Mackenzie Bowell Not printed. 

110.. Return to an address of the House of Commons, dated 27th February, 1901, for a copy of all corres- 
pondence between the Italian consul for Canada and the prime minister or the minister of trade and 
commerce, respecting proposed improvement of the trade relations between Canada and Italy, and 
of all correspondence leading up to the placing of Canadian goods by Italy upon its general tariff. 
Presented 23rd May, 1901.— il/r. Monk Not printed. 



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64 VICTORIA 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



A. 1901 



DOMINION OF CANADA 



REPOKT 



OF THE 



DEPARTMENT OF TRIBE Al COMMERCE 



FOR THE 



FISCAL YEAK ENDED JUNE 30 



1900 



COMPRISING 

STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 
COMMERCIAL RELATIONS AND INFORMATION REFERRING TO THE TRADE OF 

DIFFERENT COUNTRIES 



PRINTED B y ORDER OF PARLIAMENT 




OTTAWA 
PRINTED BY S. E. DAWSON, PRINTER TO THE QUEEN'S MOST 
EXCELLENT MAJESTY 
1901 
[No. 10—1901.] 



€4 VICTORIA SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 A. 1901 



To His Excellency the Right Honourable Sir Gilbert John Elliot, Earl of Minto and 
Viscount Melgund of Melgund, County oj Forfar^ in the Peerage oj the United 
Kingdom^ Baron Minto of Mmto, County oJ Roxburgh, in the Peerage oj Great 
Britain, Baronet of Nova Scotia, Knight Grand Cross of Our Most Distinguished 
Order oJ Saint Michael and Saint George, &c,, <kc., Governor General of Canada. 
&c., <kc. 

May it Please Your Excellency — 

The undersigned has the honour to present to Your Excellency the report of the 
Department of Trade and Commerce, for the fiscal year ended June 30, 1900. 

All of which is respectfully submitted. 

R. J. CARTWRIGHT, 

Minister of Trade and Commerce. 
Ottawa, March 5, 1901. 



JO-Ai 



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A. 1901 



TABLE OF CONTENTS, 



Introduction.— 1. Report of Deputy Minister of Trade and Commerce (Page XVII). 

2. British and Foreign Currencies, Weights and Measures differing from those of Canada 
and used in the Trade Reports of the respective countries named, with their equivalents 
in Canadian Legal Standards. (Page XX.) 

PART I. 
CANADIAN TRADE 



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—Statement of the Values of the Imports into and Exports from Canada, and of goods entered 
for consumption, distinguishing merchandise from coin and bullion, with the customs 
duties collected during each fiscal year ended .30th June, 1868 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 2. ) 

— Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada during the fiscal years 
ended 30th June, 1868 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 4.) 

— Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada (Home Produce) during 
the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1868 to 1900, showing in each case the portion sent to 
Great Britain, the United States and other countries. (Page 8.) 

— Statement showing for Canada the average ad valorem Rates of Duty collected on 
Imports for consumption Dutiable, and total ; also on Imports for consumj^tion Dutiable, 
and total from Great Britain and the United States for each of the fiscal vears ended 30th 
June, 1868 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 14.) 

— Statement of the Values of Merchandise entered for consumption in Canada during the 
years 1868 to 1900, inclusive, showing in each case the Imjwrts and Percentages of 
IuiiK)rts from Great Britain and the United States, respectively. (Page 16.) 

— Statement of the Values of Merchandise Exported from Canada during the years 1868 to 
1900, inclusive, showing in each case the Exports and Percentages of Exports to Great 
Britain and the United States, respectively. (Page 18.) 

—Statement, by Countries, of the Values of Goods Imported for Home Consumption into 
the Dominion of Canada during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 20.) 

— Statement, by Countries, of the Values of Goods Imported into the Dominion of Canada 
during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 22). 

—Statement, by Countries, of the Values of Goods Exported from the Dominion of Canada, 
during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 24.) 

— Statement, by Countries, of the Aggregate Trade of the Dominion of Canada during the 
fiscal years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 26.) 

— Itemized Statement showing the Values of all Imports and Exports into and from Canada 
in each fiscal year from 1896 to 1900, and the Quantities and Values of all Goods entered 
for Consumption, with the Amounts of Duties collected thereon, for the fiscal years ended 
30th June, 1899 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 28.) 

— Itemized Statement showing Quantities and Values of Merchandise Exported (Home 
Produce only) from the Dominion of Canada during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 
1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 162.) 

—Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Im- 
ported into Canada during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1886 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 174.) 

—Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported 
from Canada during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1886 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 206.) 

—Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles, both Dutiable and 
Free, Imported during each fiscal year from 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 220.) 

—Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles Exported during each 
fiscal year from 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 261.) 



Vi TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

Table No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and other Articles Entered for Consumption in 
Canada (both Dutiable and Free) during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900 in- 
clusive, showing in each case the portion taken from Great Britain, the United States 
and all other countries. (Page 298. ) 

Table No. 18. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and other Articles Exported from Canada (both 
Home and Foreign Produce) during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive, 
showing in each case the portion sent to Great Britain, the United States and to all 
other countries. (Page 332.) 

Table Xo. 19. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal articles of merchandise (home 
produce) Exported from Canada to Great Britain, the United States, other countries and 
totals, during the fiscal years ended 30th June, 1868 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 370.) 
( A . )— The Mine. ( Page 370. ) 
(B.)— The Fisheries. (Page 380.) 
( C. )— The Forest. ( Page 392. ) 
(D.) — Animals and their produce. (Page 414.) 
(E.)— Agricultural Products. (Page 430.) 
(F.)— Manufactures. (Page 454.) 
(G. )— Miscellaneous. ( Page 486. ) 

(a) — Miscellaneous Articles. (Page 486.) 

(6) — Total Exports of Merchandise the Produce of Canada. (Page 486.) 

(c) — Estimated Short Reported, (lage 487.) 

(d)— Coin and Bullion. ( Pa ge 487. ) 

(e)— Grand Total Exports th Produce of Canada. (Page 487.) 

Great Britain. 

Table No. 20 (A.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Great Britain during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive^ 
(Page 488.) 

Table No. 20 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Great Britain during the years ended 30th Jime, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 507.) 

Australasia. 

Table No. 21 (A.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Australasia during the j'ears ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 513.) 

Table No. 21 (B. ) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Australasia during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 516.) 

British Africa. 

Table No. 22 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from British Africa during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 519.) 

Table No. 22 (B.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to British Africa during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 520.) 

British East Indies. 

Table No. 23 (A.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from British East Indies during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, in- 
clusive. ( Page 522. ) 

Table No. 23 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exjxtrts from 
Canada to British East Indies during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 524.) 

British Guiana. 

Table No. 24 (A.) -Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from British Guiana during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 525.) 

Table No. 24 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to British Guiana during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 526.) 



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British West Indies. 

Table No. 25 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from British West Indies during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclu- 
sive. (Page 528.) 

Table No. 25 (B.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to British West Indies during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, in- 
clusive. (Page 530.) 

Newfoundland. 

Table No. 26 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Newfoundland during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 534.) 

Table No. 26 (B.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Newfoundland dvu-ing the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 536.) 

Argentine Republic. 

Table No. 27 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Argentine Republic during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, in- 
clusive. (Page 540.) 

Table No. 27 (B.) — Comjjarative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Argentine Republic during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 541.) 

Austria. 

Table No. 28 (A.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imix)rts into 
Canada from Austria during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Pago 542.) 

Table No. 28 (B. ) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Austria during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 544.) 

Belgium. 

Table No. 29 (A.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Belgium during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 

(Page 545.) 

Table No. 29 (B.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Belgium during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 549.) 

Brazil. 

Table No. 30 (A.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Brazil during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 552.) 

Table No. 30 (B.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Brazil during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 553.) 

Central American States. 

Table No. 31 (A.)— Cou;iparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from the Central American States during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 
1900, inclusive. (Page 554.) 

Table No. 31 (B.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Central American States during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, 
inclusive. (Page 555.) 

Chili. 

Table No. 32 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Chili during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 556.) 

China. 

Table No. 33 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from China during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 557. ) 

Table No. 33 (B.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to China during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 560.) 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
Denmark. 

Table No. 34 (A. ) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Denmark during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 562.) 

Table No. 34 (B.)- -Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal ExiX)rts from 
Canada to Denmark during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 564.) 

Danish Wkst Indies. 

Table No. 35 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Danish West Indies during the years ended 30th June- 1896 to 1900, in 
elusive. (Page 565.) 

Table No. 35 (B, ) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Danish West Indies during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 566.) 

Dutch East Indies. 

Table No. 36 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Dutch East Indies during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, in- 
clusive. (Page 568.) 

Dutch West Indies. 

Table No. 37 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Dutch West Indies during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, in- 
clusive. (Page 569.) 

Table No. 37 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Dutch West Indies during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 570.) 

France. 

Table No. 38 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from France during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 571. ) 

Table No. 38 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to France during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 580. ) 

French West Indies. 

Table No. 39 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from French West Indies during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, in- 
clusive. (Page 582.) 

Table No. 39 (B. )— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to French West Indies during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 583.) 

Germany. 

Table No. 40 (A.)— Comparative .Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Germany during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 585.) 

Table No. 40 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Germany during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 594. ) 

Greece. 

Table No. 41 (A.)— Comparative, Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Greece during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 597. ) 

Hawaii. 

Table No. 42 (A. )— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Hawaii during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 598. ) 

Table No. 42 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Hawaii during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 600.) 



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Hayti. 

Table No. 43 (A.)— Comparative Statement of tbe Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Hayti during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 602. ) 

Holland. 

Table No. 44 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Holland during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 604. ) 

Table No. 44 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Holland during the j^ears ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 606.) 

Italy. 

Table No. 45 (A.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Italy during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 608.) 

Table No. 45 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Italy during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive, (Page 611,^ 

Japan. 

Table No. 46 (A.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from .Japan during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 612.) 

Table No. 46 (B.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Ex])orts from 
Canada to Japan during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 614.) 

Mexico. 

Table No. 47 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Mexico during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 616.) 

Table No. 47 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Mexico during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 617.) 

Norway and Sweden, 

Table No. 48.(A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Norway and Sweden during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclu- 
sive. (Page 618.) 

Table No. 48 (B.)— Comparative Statement Of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exixjrts from 
Canada to Norway and Sweden during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive, 
(Page 620,) 

Portugal, 

Table No. 49 (A.)— (comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Portugal during tlie years ended .30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 622. 

Table No. 49 (B.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values ot the principal Exports from 
Canada to Portugal during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 624.) 

Russia. 

Table No. 50 (A.)- Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Russia during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inchisive. (Page 625.) 

Table No. 50 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Russia during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 626.) 

Spain. 

Table No. 51 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Spain during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 627.) 

Table No. 51 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Spain during the years ended 30th .June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 6.30.) 



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Spanish West Indies. 
{Porto Rico and Cuba. ) 

Table No. 52 (A.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into- 
Canada from Spanish West Indies during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclu- 
sive. (Page 631.) 

Table No. 52 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Value - of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Spanish West Indies during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclu- 
sive. (Page 632.) 

St. Pierre. 

Table No. 53 (A.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the yjrincipal Imports into 
Canada from St. Pierre during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 634. ) 

Table No. 53 (B.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to St. Pierre during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 636. ) 

Switzerland. 

Table No. 54 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Switzerland during the vears ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
( Page 639.)' 

Table No. 54 (B. )— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Switzerland during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 641. ) 

Turkey. 

Table No. 55 (A.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Turkey during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 642.) 

Table No. 55 (B.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Turkey during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 644. ) 

United States. 

Table No. 56 (A.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from the United States during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 645.) 

Table No. 56 (B.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to the United States during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 

(Page 669.) 

United States ok Colombia. 

Table No. 57 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to United States of Colombia during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, 
inclusive. (Page 676.) 

Uruguay. 

Table No. 58 (A.) — Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Exports from 
Canada to Uruguay during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 677.) 

Venezuela. 

Table No. 59 (A.)— Comparative Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal Imports into 
Canada from Venezuela during the years ended 30th June, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 678.) 

Imports under Preferential Tariff. 

Table No. 60. — Statement, bv Countries, of the Values of Merchandise, entered for consumption in 
Canada, under the Preferential Tariff, for the years ended 30th June, 1898 to 1900. 
(Page 679.) 

TONNAGE TABLES. 

Table No. 61.— Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Sea-Going Vessels, Vessels (except 
Ferries) Trading on the Lakes and Rivers between Canada and the United States and 
Vessels employed in the Coasting Trade, which Arrived at and Departed from Canadian 
Ports during the years ended June 30, 1868 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 680.) 

Table No. 62.— Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Sea-going Vessels, Vessels (except 
Ferries) Trading on the Lakes and Rivers between Canada and tlie United States, and 
Vessels employed in the Coasting Trade, distinguishing British from Foreign, which 
Arrived at and Departed irom Canadian Ports during the years ended June 30, 1868 U> 
1900, inclusive. (Page 082.) 



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Table No. 63. — Statement showing the Nvimber and Tonnage of Sea-going Vessels, Vessels (except 
Ferries, Trading on the Lakes and Rivers between Canada and the United States, and 
Vessels employed in the Coasting Trade, distinguishing Steam from Sail, which Arrived 
at and Departed from Canadian Ports during years ended June 30, 1868 to 1900, inclusive. 
(Page 684.) 

Table No. 64. — Statement showng the Number and Tonnage of Sea-going Vessels Entered at and Cleared 
from Canadian Ports in 1898, 1899 and 1900. (Page 686.) 

Table No. 65. — Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of British (including Canadian) and Foreign- 
Sea-going Vessels (both Steam and Sail) Entered at and Cleared from Canadian Ports in 
1898, 1899 and 1900. (Page 688. ) 

Table No. 66. — Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Sea-going Vessels (both Steam and Sail) 
Entered at and Cleared from the Principal Ports in Canada during the Fiscal iTears- 
ended 30th .June, 1898, 1899 and 1900. (Page 690.) 

Table No. 67. -Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Vessels (both Steam and Sail) Trading 
on the Lakes and Rivers between Canada and the United States, not including Ferries, 
which Arrived at and Departed from Canadian Ports in 1898, 1899 and 1900. (Page 694.) 

Table No. 68. — Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Vessels (both Steam and Sail) Employed 
in the Coasting Trade of Canada, which arrived at and Departed from Canadian Ports in 
1898, 1899 and 1900. (Page 696.) 

Recapitulation Tonnage Tables. 

Table No. 69. —Statement showing the Number and Tonnage of Vessels, including those Employed on 
Inland Waters, which Arrived at and Departed from Canadian Ports in 1898, 1899 and 
1900. (Page 698.) 

MISCELLANEOUS TABLES. 

Table No. 70, —Statement showing the Quantity of Excise Goods manufactured and Entered for Con- 
sumption, also Revenue accrued thereon, and other Excise Revenue accrued in each fiscal 
year ended 30th June from 1896 to 1900, and of the quantity remaining in warehouse at 
the end of the years named. (Page 700. ) 

Table No. 71. — Statement showing the Transactions under the Chinese Immigration Act to the 30tb 
June, 1900. (Page 702.) 

Table No. 72.— Statement of Expenditure for the year ended 30th June, 1900. (Page 703.) 



PART II. 

FOREIGN TRADE. 

Great Britain. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports of merchandise, from and to each foreign country and British 
possession for years 1895 to 1899, mclusive. (Page 2. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the principal and other articles of foreign and colonial merchandise Im- 
ported during the years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 5. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the principal and other articles, the produce and manufacture of the 
United Kingdom, Exported during the years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 13. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the principal and other articles of foreign and colonial merchandise Exported 
during the years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 19.) 

Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal and other articles of merchandise Imported into 
Great Britain from Canada and the United States, respectively, during the years 1890 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 24.) 

Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal and other articles of merchandise (produce and 
manufacture of Great Britain,) Exported from Great Britain to Canada and the United States, re- 
spectively, during the years 1890 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 30.) 

Statement of the Quantities and Values of the principal and other articles of merchandise (foreign and 
colonial produce), Exported from Great Britain to Canada and the United States, respectively, 
during the years 1890 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 36.) 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

Barbados. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the years 1S95 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 42. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 
1899, inclusive. (Page 43.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 
1899, inclusive. (Page 44.) 

BRITISH AUSTRALASIA. 

New South Wales. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 45.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 46.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 48.) 

New Zeai^nd. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 50.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 51.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 53.) 

Queensland. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 54.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive (Page 55.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 1899. 
inclusive. (Page 57.) 

South Australia. 

(Exclusive of Northern Territory.) 

Vali;e of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 58.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise In) ported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 59.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusi ve. ( Page 60. ) 

Tasmanli. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country, for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Com and Bullion. (Page 61.) 

lotals Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusi ve. ( Page 62. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 63.) 

Victoria. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 64.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 65.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 08.) 



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Western Australia. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 70.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 71.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 72. ) 

British Guiana. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years ended 31st 
March, 1896 to 1900, inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 73.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years ended 31st 
March, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 74.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years ended 31st 
March, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 75.) 

British India. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports, by Sea, from and to each Principal Country for the Years ended 
31st March, 1896 to 1900, inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 76.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported, by Sea, for the Years 
ended 31st March, 1896 to 1900, inclusi\'e. (Page 77.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported, by Sea, for the Years 
ended 31st March, 1896 t(j 1900, inclusive. (Page 80.) 

Cape of Good Hope. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 82.) 

Total Quantities and Values of Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 83.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exix)rted for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 85. ) 

Ceylon. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 86.) . 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 1899 
inclusive. (Page 87.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 1899 
inclusive. (Page 88. j 

Fiji. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899 
inclusive. (Page 89.) 

Total Quantitieb and Values of the J*rincipal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 
1899, inclusive. (Page 90.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 91.) 

Gold Coast. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1894 to 1898, 
inclusive. (Page 92.) 

Grenada. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 93.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 94.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Ex.ported for the Years 1895 to 1899^. 
inclusive. (Page 95.) 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
Jamaica. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years ended Slst 
March, 1806 to 1900, mclu.^ive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 96.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years ended 31st 
March, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 97.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years ended 31st 
March, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 98.) 

Lagos. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin .and Bullion. (Page 99.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. ( Page 100. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 101.) 

Mauritius. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 102.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 103.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 101.) 

Natal. 

Value of the Total In-iiX)rts and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 105. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 106.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 107. ) 

Newfoundland (Including Labrador). 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years ended 30th 
June, 1895 to 1899, inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 108.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years ended 30th 
June, 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 109.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years ended 30th 
June, 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 110.) 

Sierra Leone. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1894 to 1898, 
inclusive. (Page 111.) 

Straits Settlements. 

Value of the Total ImiX)rts and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 112.) 

Trinidad. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive, including Coin and Bullion. (Page 113.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. ( Page 1 14. ) 

Total Quantities and Values ot the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Page 116.) 

Argentine Republic. 

Value of the Total Imports and ExpxDrts from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1894 to 1898, 
inclusive. (Page 117.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles Entered for Consumption (Merchandise only) for 
the Years 1894 to 1898, inclusive. (Page 118.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1894 to 1898, inclusive. (Page 120.) 



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Belgium. 

Value of the Total Imports for Home Consumption and Exports of Domestic Produce from and to each 
Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 121.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles Entered for Consumption (Merchandise only) for 
the Years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 122.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 124.) 

China. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports of Merchandise from and to each Principal Country for the Years 
1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 126.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles entered for Ctmsumption (Merchandise only) for the 
Years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. ( Page 128. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 130.) 

Denmark. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports of Merchandise from and to each Principal Country for the Years 
1894 to 1898, inclusive. (Page 182.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles Imported (Merchandise only) for the Years 1894 to 
1898, inclusive. (Page 133.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles Exported (Merchandise only) for the Years 1894 to 

1898, inclusive. (Page 135.) 

France. 
Value of the Total Imports and Exix)rts from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 

inclusive. (Page 137.) 

Total Quantities and Values of Princijial Articles entered for Home Consumption (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 138.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 140.) 

Germany. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports of Merchandise from and to each Principal Country for the Years 

1894 to 1898, inclusive. (Page 142.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles entered for Consumption (Merchandise only) for the 
Years 1894 to 1898, inclusive. (Page 144.) 

Total Quantities and Vahies of Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exix)rted (Merchandise only) for 
the Years 1894 to 1898, inclusive. (Page 146.) 

Holland. 

Value of the Total Imports for Home Consumption and Exports of Domestic Produce from and to each 
Principal Country for the Years 1894 to 1898, inclusive. (Page 148.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles entered for Home Consumption (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1894 to 1898, inclusive. (Page 150.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1894 to 1898, inclusive. (Page 152.) 

Italy, 

Value of the Total Imports for Home Consiimption and Exports of Domestic Produce (Merchandise and 
Silver Bullion) from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 154. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles entered for Consumption (Merchandise and Silver 
Bullion) for the Years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 155.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise and 
Silver Bullion) for the Years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 157.) 

Japan, 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports of IVtercbandise from and to each Principal Country for the Years 

1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 159. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles entered for Home Consumption (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 160.) 

Total (Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1895 to 1899, inclusive. (Page 164. ) 



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Norway. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports of Merchandise trom and to each Principal Country for the Year& 
1894 to 1898, inclusive. (Page 167. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles Imported (Merchandise onlj') for the Years 1894 to 

1898, incliasive. (Page 168.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported (Merchandise only) 
for the Years 1894 to 1898, inclusive. (Page 170.) 

Spain. 

Values of Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, 
inclusive. (Including Coin and Bullion.) (Page 172.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Imported for the Years 1895 to 

1899, mclusive. (Page 173.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Merchandise Exported for the Years 1895 to 
1899, inclusive. (Page 174.) 

Sweden. 

Value of the Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years 1894 to 1898, 
inclusive (including Coin and Bullion.) (Page 175.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles Imported (Merchandise only) for the Years 1894 to 

1898, inclusive. (Page 176.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles Exported for the Years 1894 to 1898, inclusive 
(Page 178.) 

Switzerland. 

Value of the Total Imports for Home Consumption and Exports of Domestic Produce from and to each 
Principal Country for the Years 1895 to 1899, inclusive, (including Coin and Bullion.) (Page 180.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles entered for Consumption for the Years 1895 to 

1899, inclusive. (Page 182.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce Exported for the Years 1895 
to 1899 inclusive. (Page 184.) 

United States. 

Total Imports and Exports from and to each Principal Country for the Years ended June 30, 1896 to 

1900, inclusive. (Page 186.) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal and Other Articles of Merchandise Imported for the 
Years ended June 30. 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 188. ) 

Total Quantities and Values of the Principal Articles of Domestic Produce (Merchandise only) Exported, 
for the Years ended June 30, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. (Page 190.) 

TREATIES AND CONVENTIONS. 

(A.) Treaty between Great Britain and the Republic of Honduras. (Page 192.) 

(B.) Treaty between Great Britain and Uruguay. (Page 198.) 

(0.) Re-exports, Tinned Lobsters and Wood Pulp to France. (Page 199.) 

(D.) Re-termination of Treaty between Great Britain and Montenegro. (Page 199.) 



64 VICTORIA SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 A. 1901 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER. 

The Honourable 

Sir Richard J. Cartwright, G.C.M.G., 

Minister of Trade and Commerce, 
Ottawa. 

Sir, — It is gratifying to note that the Eighth Annual Report, for the year ended 
June 30, 1900, shows large increases in the trade and commerce of the country, over 
the unprecedented figures of the previous year. 

The Imports show a total value of $189,622,513, as against $162,764,308 during 
1899; and the Exports $191,894,723, as against $158,896,905, a total increase of 
Imports and Exports of $59,856,023. The percentage of increase is much the same in 
the Imports and Exports thus indicating a general and healthy growth rather than 
being due to any special cause. 

By reference to Statement No. 5, pages 16 and 17, it will be noted that as regards 
Imports entered for consumption from Great Britain and the United States the increase 
shows a little higher percentage from Great Britain and a slightly lower one from the 
United States as compared with the previous year, the combined imports from the two 
countries being nearly 85 per cent of the total imports. 

Statement No. 6, pages 18 and 19, shows^ the percentage of exports to Great 
Britain as compared with total exports to have fallen off about 51 per cent, and those 
to the United States to have increased about 6-|^ per cent, the combined exports to the 
two countries aggregating over 91 per cent of the total exports. 

Statement No. 10, pages 26 and 27, of the aggregate trade by countries, shows in- 
creases with nearly all countries, only a very few inconsiderable decreases appearing^) 

It will rest largely with the producers and exporters whether the notable advance 
made in the past few years be increased or even maintained. In order to do so no 
pains must be spared on the part of the producers in keeping up to standards of 
excellence our chief productions, and on the part of exporters in prompt attention to 
correspondence and strict compliance with the requirements of foreign buyers and consu- 
mers as to packing and shipping. Continued and frequent complaints reach the depart- 
ment of such lack of promptitude and of careless packing, resulting in too frequent 
instances in the loss of promising connections and much prospective advantage, which is 
instantly seized upon by foreign competitors who more fully appreciate the consequences. 

The usual Statement showing Trade figures — unrevised — up to the latest practicable 
date, viz., to December 31, 1900, is hereto appended. The six months aggregate trade 
covered by this statement amounts to $211,852,236 as against $203,491,615 in the cor- 
responding period in 1899. 

Respectfully submitted, 

W. G. PARMELEE, 
Deputy Minister of Trade and Commerce. 
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Unrevised Statement of the Values of the Imports, Entered tor Consumption, 
and the Exports of Canada, together with the Aggregate Trade and Duty Collected 
during the six months ended December 31, 1894 to 1900. 





Six Months ended December 31. 




189-^. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Imports. 

Dutiable 

Pree 


$ 
28,046,705 
22,960,784 


32,535,806 
21,136,167 


31,989,671 
21,634,396 


34,350,025 
25,618,788 


43,524,049 
31,580,666 


52,675,347 
35,844,762 


52,558,450 
36,208,929 


Totals (indse).. . . 
CJoin and bullion 


51,007,489 
3,564,906 


53,671,973 
3,426,053 


53,624,067 
4,478,340 


59,968,813 75,104,715 
2,732,53o' 3,856,620 


88,520,109 
5,177,751 


88,767,379 
2,818,933 


Totals, imports . 


54,572,395 


57,098,026 


58,102,407 


62,701,343 78,961,335 


93,697,860 


91,586,312 


Exports. 

Home produce 

Foreign produce 


67,268,623 
4,055,600 


67,885,543 
4,187,321 


69,911,495 
6,974,569 


89,779,095 
9,894,246 


83,113,266 
13,548,764 


93,061,578 
11,732,838 


108,002,883 
11,130,679 


Totals (mdse) . . . 
Coin and bullion 


71,324,223 

1,274,909 

72,599,132 


72,072,864 
343,980 


76,886,064 
3,212,440 


99,673,341 96,662,030 
987,273 2,240,953 


104,794,416 
4,999,339 


119,133,562 
1,132,362 


Totals, exports .. 


72,416,844 


80,098,504 


100,660,614 98,902,983 


109,793,755 


120,265,924 


Aggregate Trade. 
Merchandise- 
Imports 


51,007,489 
71,324,223 


53,671,973 
72,072,864 


53,624,067 
76,886.064 


59,968,813 
99.673.341 


75,104,715 
96,662,030 


88,520,109 
104,794,416 


88,767,379 


Exports 


119,133,562 








Totals (mdse) . . . 


122,331,712 


125,744,837 


130,510,131 


159,642,154 


171,766,745 


193,314,525 


207,900,941 


Ooin and Bullion — 
Imix)rts 


3,564,906 
1,274,909 


3,426,053 
343,980 


4,478,340 
3,212,440 


2,732,530 

987,273 


3,856,620 
2,240,953 


- 

5,177,751 
4,999,339 


2,818,933 


Exports 


1,132,362 


Totals 


4,839,815 


3,770,033 


7,690,780 


3,719,803 


6,097,573! 10,177,090 


3,951,295 


Totals- 
Imports 

Exports 


54,572,395 
72,599,132 


57,098,026 
72,416,844 


58,102,407 
80,098,504 


62,701,343 
100,660,614 


78,961,335 93,697,860 

1 
98,902,983| 109,793,755 


91,586,312 
120,265,924 


•Grand totals. . . . 


127,171,527 


129,514,870 
9,976,827 


138,200,911 


163,361,957 


177,864,318: 203,491,615 211,852,236 


Duty Cotj.kcted 


8,701,038 


9,683,692 


10,146,267 


12,520,078 


14,695,142 14,450,024 



REPORT OF THE DEPUTY MINISTER. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



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Unrevised Statement of the Values, by Classes, of the Exports of Canada during 
the six months ended December 31, 1899 and 1900, respectively. 



Produce of the mine 

II fisheries . . . 

II forest 

Animals and their produce . 

Agricultural products 

Manufactures 

Miscellaneous articles 



Totab 

Bullion 

•Coin ... . 



Grand totals. 



Six months ended 
December 31, 1899. 



Home Foreign 
Produce. Produce 



6,635,425 

7,135,537 

20,978,939 

37,189,869 

14,436,981 

6,468,455 

216,372 



Total. 



137,830 
48,901 
267,932 
821,762 
9,509,768 
735,553 
211,092 



93,061,578 
851,265 



93,912,843 



11,732,838 



4,148,074 



15,880,912 



6,773,255 

7,184,438 

21,246,871 

38,011,631 

23,946,749 

7,204,008 

427,464 



Six months ended 
December 31, 1900. 



Home 
Produce. 



104,794,416 

851,265 

4,148,074 



109,793,755 



23,663,370 

6,504,357 

19,666,158 

36,973,939 

13,088,932 

8,063,212 

42,915 

108,002,883 
149,983 



Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


$ 


6 


97,687 


23,761,057 


4,016 


6,508,373 


255,840 


19,921,998 


850,861 


37,824,800 


8,798,081 


21,887,013 


930,501 


8,993,713 


193,693 


236,608 



11,130,6791 119,133,562 

149,983 

982,379; 982,379 



108,1.52,866 12,113,058: 120,265,924 



Unrevised Statement, by Classes, showing the Values 
during the six months ended December 31, 



of the Exports of Canada 
1894 to 1900. 



Produce of the mine 

II fisheries 

II forest 

Animals and their produce 

Agricultural products . . . 

Manufactures 

Miscellaneous articles . . . . 

Totals (mdse) 

Bullion ... . 

Coin 

Totals, Exports 



Six Months ended December 31. 



1894. 



S 

3,291,805 

7,581,393 

16,066,123 

25,486,217 

14,046,495 

4,614,129 

238,061 



1895. 



ri, 324, 223 

178,546 

1,096,363 



72,599,132 



3,915,398 

7,067,739 

17,105,992 

26,942,943 

11,385,807 

.5,224,337 

430,648 



72,072,864 
103,101 
240,879 



72,416,844 



1896. 



5,314,028 

7,230,858 

18,762,078 

25,950,165 

14,247,587 

5,132,624 

248,724 



76,886,064 

248,832 

2,963,608 



1897. 



7,656,806 

7,099,269 

19,767,761 

32,467,718 

26,771,223 

5,736,256 

174,308 



99,673,341 
.580,746 
406,527 



100,660,614 



1898. 



1899. 



7,180,091 6,773,255 

i 
6.236,816. 7,184,438 

19,191,907 21,246,871 

31,907,122! 38,011,631 

25,985,019 23,946,749 

5,891,860, 7,204,008 



269,215 



96,662,030 

626,002 

1,614,951 



98,902,983 



427,464 



1900. 



23,761,057 

6,508,373 

19,921,998 

37,824,800 

21,887,013 

8,993,713 

236,608 



104,794,416 

851,265 

4,148,074 



109,793,755 



119,133,562 
149,983 

982,379 



120,265,924 



XX TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

COINAGE, WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 

To assist in arriving at a comprehensive understanding of the value of foreign 
currencies, weights and measures (as expressed in foreign trade returns, tariffs, &c.,) as 
compared with those of Canada, tables have been prepared as follows : — 

As regards those of Canada, the law provides that the denominations of money in 
the currency of Canada shall be dollars, cents and mills, the cent being the one hund- 
redth part of a dollar, and the mill one-tenth part of a cerjt. 

That — The currency of Canada shall be such that the British sovereign (the 
pound sterling) of legal weight and fineness, shall be equal to four dollars eighty-six 
cents and two- thirds of a cent. 

In like manner the law provides as respects weights, that the unit shall be the 
standard pound (avoirdupois) of 7,000 grains, one-sixteenth part of the standard pound 
shall be an ounce (437^ grains) one hundred pounds a cental, and two thousand pounds 
a ton, and that four hundred and eighty grains shall be an ounce troy, or 5,760 grains 
a pound troy. 

As regards measures— that the unit or standard measure of capacity, as well for 
liquids as for dry measures, shall be the gallon containing ten standard pounds weight 
of distilled water weighed with the water and air at a temperature of sixty-two degrees 
Fahrenheit, with the barometer at thirty inches, that the quart shall be one-fourth part 
of the gallon, and the pint one-eighth part of the gallon, and that eight gallons shall be 
a bushel. 

This gallon commonly known as the " Imperial Gallon," contain 277-274 cubic 
inches, or 353*036 cylindrical inches. 

The standard measure of length is the yard, one-third part of which it is provided 
shall be a foot, and the twelfth part of such foot shall be an inch. 

In many countries the Metric system of weights and measures has been adopted. 
A separate table of Canadian equivalents of these is given in order to avoid repetition, 
the word " Metric " being used in the general table in each case where the system is in 
vogue, as indicating a reference to that table. 

The equivalent value of the monetary unit can only be given as respects those 
countries having a gold standard. Where silver is the standard, the value of the cur- 
rency necessarily fluctuates correspondingly to the market value of silver billion, and 
were any attempt made to quote the value of such currency it would, under present 
circumstances, be misleading, therefore, the weight in decimal parts of an ounce with 
the fineness of the coin is given instead, which will enable any one to approximate the 
value of the currency according to the current value of fine bar silver. As an example, 
say fine bar silver at 75 cents an ounce, the Bolivian dollar weighs -801 of an ounce, its 
fineness is -900, therefore 75 x •801r=60-075 which x •90C=z54-0675, ora small fraction 
over 54 cents, and the actual intrinsic value of the pure silver contained in the coin, ta 
which should be added a reasonable allowance to cover the value of the alloy, the cost 
of the coinage, and in some instances exchange, the aggregate of which would be ap- 
proximately the current value in Canadian currency of the dollar in question. 

Unless carefully noted, the quotations as usually given of the current value per 
ounce of silver may be misconstrued and lead to misapprehensions, as it is sometimes 
quoted per ounce ^ne, and sometimes per ounce standard ; thus for instance on a cer- 
tain day the London quotation reads " fine silver per ounce standard 32 d.," while on 
the same day it is quoted in New York " 69^ cents per ounce fine ;" as 32 d. is equal 
to a fraction over 64J cents, there would appear a difference of about 4f cents per 
ounce between the two prices, the New York price appearing that much in excess of 
the other, were it not noticed that one is based upon standard fineness and the other 
upon absolute fineness, but by reducing the New York "fine" to London " standard" 
(of -925 fine, or 444 grains fine to the ounce) the actual difference between the two 
quotations is found to be only about ^ of one cent per ounce, the London price being 
that much in excess of the New York. 



COINAGE, WEIGHTS AND MEASURES. 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



XXI 



To reduce the value of standard or sterling silver when expressed in pence to 
^ne expressed in cents, multiply the pence and decimal parts thereof by 2-192. 

To find the standard or sterling value expressed in pence and decimal parts thereof 
vfhenjine is expressed in cents multiply the cents by 0-4562. 

METRIC WEIGHTS. 





Grammes. 


Equivalents. 




Denomination. 


In pounds and 
decimal 
parts thereof, 
avoirdupois. 


In grains, 
troy. 


Remarks. 


Gramme . . . 


1 

10 

100 

1000 

10000 

100000 

1000000 


•002204 

•022046 

•220462 

2 204621 

22 046212 

220-46212 

2204.6212 


154323487 

i -543235" 
-1543235 
•0154323 


The gramme is the actual unit, and is 
the weight of one cubic centimetre of 


Decagramme 


Kilogramme 




Mvriagramme 




Quintal or centner 

Millier (Ton Metric) .... 

Decigramme 

■Centigramme 


Sometimes called the metric ton. 


Milligramme 











1 pound = -4535 kilos. 1 English ton (2,240 lbs.) 

1 Canadian ton (2,000 lbs.) = 907 1854 kilos. 

METRIC MEASURES OF CAPACITY. 



1016 0475 kilos. 





Litres. 


Equivalents. 




Denominations. 


Cubic 
centimetres . 


In gallons 

and decimal parts 

thereof. 






1 

10 

100 

1000 


1,000 

10,000 

.100,000 

1,000,000 

100 

20 


•2202 

2-2024 

22 0244 

220-2443 

-0220 

•0022 


•8809 of a quart. 


Decalitre.. 


Hectolitre 


2^753 bushels. 


Kilolitre 

Decilitre 


27 53 do 


•Centilitre 





1 quart == 11353 litres. 1 gallon = 4-5412 litres. 1 bushel = 36 3296 litres. 

1 cubic nietre = 35-3466 cubic feet. 1 cubic foot = -02828 cubic metre, 

do = 1- 308 cubic yards. 

• METRIC MEASURES OF LENGTH. 



Denominations. 


Metres. 


Canadian equivalents. 


Inches. 


Feet. 


Yards. 


Miles. 


Metre 


1 

10 

100 

1000 

¥ 


39-382 


3 


28183 


1-09394 
10-93944 
109-39444 
1093 9444 
•10939 
•010939 
•001094 




Decametre 


32 

328 
3281 


81833 

18333 

83333 

32818 

032818 

003282 




Hectometre 







Kilometre 


•6213 


Decimetre 


3-938 
-3938 
-03938 




•Centimetre 




Millimetre 













1 inch = 2 "5399 centimetres. 
1 mile = 1 ■ 6095 kilometre, 
kilometres. 



1 foot = ■ 30479 of a metre. 
1 geographical mile or knot 



1 yard = ^9143 of a metre. 
2027 yards --= 1152 miles = 18541 



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Table of constant Factors, which multiplied by the current value per ounce of silver, 
either pure or standard as the case may be, will give the value of the silver con- 
tained in the coin referred to, to which if there be added a small percentage to 
cover the value of the alloy and the cost of coinage, the aggregate will equal the 
then intrinsic value in Canadian currency of the coin in question. 



Country. 



Bolivia 

British North Borneo. . 
British North Borneo. . 

Ceylon 

Chili 

China 



Colombia . . . 
Costa Rica. . 
Guatemala . . 
Honduras.. . 
Hong Kong 

India 

Japan 



Monetary Unit. 



Dollar. 



Rupee. 
Dollar. 



Java 

Labuan . . 

Mauritius. . 

Mexico 

Nicaragua 

Persia.. 

Peru 

Philippine Islands. . 

Russia 

Sarawak JDoUar . 

Salvador iPeso 

Siam ITical 

Straits Settlements jDollar 

Tunis 5 piastres . ... 

United States of America iSiiver dollar. . 

1 Trade dollar. 



Rupee ..... 

Peso. ... 

Shanghai tael. . 
Haikw^an tael . . 
Peso 



Dollar. 
Rupee . 
Itziboo. 
Yeh... 
Dollar. 



Kran. 
Sol... 
Peso. . 
Ruble 



Constant factor to be 

Multiplied by price per 

ounce of 



Pure Silver. 



7209 

7857 

72333 

34375 

7209 

06885 

20775 

71949 

7361 

7227 

7361 

7857 

34375 

2511 

7794 

78354 

7857 

34375 

78309 

7361 

13118 

72225 

75114 

57852 

6857 

8361 

42944 

7857 

45939 

7731 

7875 



Standard 
Silver. 



77935 
84940 
78197 
37162 
77935 
15552 
30567 
77782 
79578 
78129 
79578 
84940 
37162 
27145 
84259 
84707 
84940 
37162 
84658 
79578 
14182 
7S080 
81204 
62542 
89940 
79578 
46425 
84940 
49663 
83578 
85135 



COINAGE, WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, xxix 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Table of Sterling Pence (26 to 31J) and fractions thereof, with statutory equivalents 
in Canadian cents and decimal parts thereof, for use in connection with the fore- 
going table of Constant Factors. 

Example — Silver at 27S pence per oz. standard, what is the value of the silver in the Japanese yen ? 
Answer— -84259 x 56 016 =47 1985, or nearly 47i cents. 



Pence. 



20 

204 



20| 

20| 

20| 

201 

21 

214 

21i 

21i 

21* 

2ii 

21| 

2l| 

22 

224 

221 

221 

22A 

22g 

22| 

22| 

23 

234 

23i 

238 

23i 

23| 



Cents. 



40 555 
40-809 
41-062 
41-315 
41-569 
41-822 
42-076 

42 329 
42-583 
42-836 
43 -090 
43-343 

43 597 
43-850 
44 -104 
44-357 

44 611 
44-864 
45-118 
45-371 
45-625 
45-878 
46-131 
46-385 
46-638 
46-892 
47 145 
47-399 
47 -652 
47-906 
48-159 
48-413 



Pence. 



Cents. 



48-666 
48-920 
49 -173 
49-427 
49-680 
49-934 
50-187 
50-440 
50-694 
50-947 
51-201 
51-454 
51-708 
51-961 
52-215 
52-468 
52 722 
52-975 
53-229 
53-482 
53-736 
53-989 
54-243 

54 496 
54-75 

55 002 
55-256 
55 -509 
55-763 
56 -016 
56-27 
56-523 



Pence. 



Cents. 



•777 
-030 
-284 
•537 
-791 
■044 
-298 
-551 
-805 
•0o8 
-312 
•565 
•819 
-072 
-326 
•579 
-832 
-085 
-339 
-592 
•846 
-099 
353 
-606 
•86 
-113 
-367 
-620 
•874 
-127 
•381 
-634 



64 VICTORIA SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 A. 190T 



PART I 



CANADIAN TRADE 



10-i— 1 



TBADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



No. 1. — Statement of the Values of the Imports into and Exports from Canada, 

Bullion, with the Customs Duties collected during each 





Mercha 
Dutiable. 


Imports. 




Exports. 


i ^ 


ndise. 
Free. 


Coin and 
Bullion. 


Totals. 


Merchandise. 


Coin and 
Bullion. 


Totals. 


i 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


1868 


45,250,395 


23,314,102 


4,895,147 


$ 
73,459,644 


48,504,899 


$ 
4,196,821 


4,866,168 


57,567,888 


1869 


44,081,563 


22,086,373 


4,247,229 


70,415,165 


52,400,772 


3,855,801 


4,218,208 


60,474,781 


1870 


48,665,547 


21,813,263 


4,335,529 


74,814,339 


50,043,590 


6,527,622 


8,002,278 


73,573,490 


1871 


70,295,223 


23,064,654 


2,733,094 


96,092,971 


57,030,024 


9,853,244 


6,690,350 


74,173,618 


1872 


72,157,423 


36,519,355 


2,753.749 


111,430,527 


65,831,083 


12,798,182 


4,010,398 


82,639,663 


1873 


74,217,954 


50,787,862 


3,005,465 


128,011,281 


76,538,025 


9,405,910 


3,845,987 


8i),789,922 


1874 


77,070,460 


46,919,840 


4,223,282 


128,213,582 


76,741,997 


10,614,096 


1,995,835 


89,351,928 


1875 


81,504,477 


39,355,717 


2,210,089 


123,070,283 


69,709,823 


7,137,319 


1,039,837 


77,886,979 


1876 


58,794,777 


32,195,458 


2,220,111 


93,210,346 


72,491,437 


7,234,961 


1,240,037 


80,966,435 


1877 


63,986,376 


33,167,497 


2,174,089 


99,327,962 


68,030,546 


7,111,108 


733,739 


75,875,393 


1878 


61,700,190 


30,577,871 


803,726 


93,081,787 


67,989,800 


11,164,878 


168,989 


79,323,667 


1879 


57,052,042 


23,273,296 


1,639,089 


81,964,427 


62,431,025 


8,355,644 


704,586 


71,491,255 


1880 


68,895,483 


15,712,457 


1,881,807 


86,489,747 


72,899,697 


13,210,006 1,771,755 


87,911,458 


1881 


85,516,908 


18,690,657 


1,123,275 


105,330,840 


83,944,701 


13,375,117 


971,005 


98,290,823 


1882 


93,339,930 


24,575,827 


1,503,743 


119,419,500 


94,137,657 


7,628,453 


371,093 


102,137,203 


1883 


100,827,816 


30,150,683 


1,275,523 


132,254,022 


87,702,431 


9,751,773 


631,600 


98,085,804 


1884 


88,349,492 


25,839,885 


2,207,666 


116,397,043 


79,833,098 


9,389,106 


2,184,292 


91,406,496 


1885 


79,614,108 


26,373,134 


2,954,244 


108,941,486 


79,131,735 


8,079,046 


2,026,980 


89,238,361 


1886 


75,536,758 


25,277,246 


3,610,557 


104,424,561 


77,756,704 


7,438,079 


56,531 


85,251,314 


1887 


85,479,400 


26,880,618 


532,218 


112,892,236 


80,960,909 


8,549,333 


5,569 


89,515,811 


1888 


77,784,037 


30,935,121 


2,175,472 


110,894,630 


81,382,072 


8,803,394 


17,534 


90,203,000 


1889 


80,059,966 


34,589,714 


575,251 


115,224,931 


80,272,456 


6,938,455 


1,978,256 


89,189,167 


1890 


86,258,633 


34,516,597 


1,083,011 


121,858,241 


85,257,586 


9,051,781 


2,439,782 


96,749,149 


1891 


81,286,372 


36,870,096 


1,811,170 


119,967,638 


88,671,738 


8,798,631 


946,927 


98,417,296 


1892 


81,190,844 


44,396,694 


1,818,530 


127,406,068 


99,032,466 


13,121,791 


1,809,118 


113,963,375 


1893 


77,378,091 


45,161,977 


6,534,200 


129,074,268 


105,488,798 


8,941,856 


4,133,698 


118,564,352 


1894 


73,341,506 


46,110,362 


4,023,072 


123,474,940 


103,851,764 


11,833,805 


1,839,;^0 


117,524,949 


1895 


64,064,587 


42,140,475 


4,576,620 


110,781,682 


102,828,441 


6,485,043 


4,325,319 


113,638,803 


• 1896 


74,259,940 


38,525,249 


5,226,319 


118,011,508 


109,707,805 


6,606,738 


4,699,309 


121,013,852 


1897 


74,108,590 


40,433,825 


4,676,194 


119,218,609 


123,632,540 


10,825,163 


3,492,550 


137,950,253 


1898 


84,141,104 


51,791,105 4,390,844 


140,323,053 


144,548,062 


14,980,883 


4,623,138 


164,152,683 


1899 


98,349,633 


59,709,541 4,705,134 


162,764,308 


137,360,792 


17,520,088 


4,016,025 


158,896,905 


1900 


112,943,896 


68,381,179. 8,297,438 


189,622,513 


168,972,301 


14,265,254 


8,657,168 


191,894,723 



5,278,130 less than shown in Trade and Navigation Returns. Value of re Exports erroneously 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 3 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

and of Goods Entered for Consi4mption, distinguishing Merchandise from Coin and 
Fiscal Year endrd June 30, 1868 to 1900, inclusive. 





Totals, 
Imports 

and 
Exports. 


Entered for Consumption. 


Totals, 
Customs 

Duties 
Collected. 




Duty 


Merchandise. 


Coin and 
Bullion. 


Totals. 


Duty 
Collected. 


X 


Collected. 


Dutiable. Free. 


3 

> 


$ cts. 
17,985 81 


131,027,532 


43,655,696 23,434,463 

I 


.s 

4,895,147 


71,985,306 


S cts. 
8,801,445 82 


S cts. 
8,819,431 63 


1868 


14,402 67 


130,889,946 


41,069,342 


22,085,599 


4,247,229 


67,402,170 


8,284,507 04 


8,298,909 71 


1869 


37,912 28 


148,387,829 


45,127,422 


21,774,652 


4,335,529 


71,237,603 


9,425,028 16 


9,462,940 44 


1870 


36,065 90 


170,260,580 


60,094,362 


24,120,026 


2,733,094 


86,947,482 


11,807,589 85 


11,843,6.55 75 


1871 


24,809 03 


194,070,190 


68,276,157 


36,679,210 


2,753,749 


107,709,116 


13,020,684 47 


13,045,493 50 


1872 


20,152 14 


217,801,203 


71,198,176 


53,310,953 


3,005,465 


127,514,594 


12,997,578 03 


13,017,730 17 


1873 


14,564 90 


217,565,510 


76,232,530 


46,948,357 


4,223,282 


127,404,169! 14,407,317 77 


14,421,882 67 


1874 


7,242 85 


200,9.57,262 


78,138,511 39,270,057 


2,210,089 


119,618,657 


15,354,13'9 27 


15,361,382 12 


1875 


4,500 02 


174,176,781 


00,238,297 32,274,810 


2,220,111 


94,733,218 


12,828,614 46 


12,833,114 48 


1876 


4,102 71 


175,203,355 


(30,910,770 33,209,624 


2,174,089 


96,300,483 


12,544,348 38 


12,548,451 09 


1877 


4,160 95 


172,405,454 


59,773,039 


30,622,812 


8a3,726 


91,199,577 


12,791,532 22 


12,795,693 17 


1878 


4,271 69 


153,455,682 


55,426,836 


*17,997,553 


1,639,089 


♦75,063,478 


12,935,268 97 


12,939,540 66 


1879 


8,895 83 


174,401,205 


54,182,967 


15,717.575 


1,881,807 


71,782,349 


14,129,953 39 


14,138,849 22 


1880 


8,140 86 


203,621,663 


71,620,725 


18,867,604 


1,123,275 


91,611,604 


18,492,645 11 


18,500,785 97 


1881 


5,809 80 


221,.55(;,703 


85,757,433 


25,387,751 


1,503,743 


112,648,927 


21,700,027 63 


21,708,837 43 


1882 


9,755 68 


230,339,826 


91,588,339 


30,273,157 


1,275,523 


123,137,019 


23,162,553 29 


23,172,308 97 


1883 


8,515 42 


207,803,539 


80,010,498 


25,962,480 


2,207,666 


108,180,644 


20,156,447 95 


20,164,963 37 


1884 


12,305 44 


198,179,847 


73,269,618 


26,486,157 


2,954,244 


102,710,019 


19,121,253 55 


19,1^558 iW 


1885 


20,726 07 


189,675,875 


70,658,819 


25,333,318 


3,610,557 


99,602,694 


19,427,397 63 


19,448,123 70 


1886 


31,397 10 


202,408,047 


78,120,679 


26,986,531 


532,218 


105,639,428 


22,438,308 73 


22,469,705 83 


1837 


21,772 41 


201,097,630 


69,645,824 


31,025,804 


2,175,472 


102,847,100 


22,187,869 12 


22,209,641 53 


1888 


42,206 67 


204,414,098 


74,475,139 


34,623,057 


575,251 


109,673,447 


23,742,316 56 


23,784,523 23 


1889 


93,674 32 


218,007,390 


77,106,28(3 


34,576,287 


1,083,011 


112,765,584 


23,921,233 75 


21,014,908 07 


1890 


64,803 41 


218,384,934 


74,536,036 


36,997,918 


1,811,170 


113,345,124 


23,416,265 72 


23,481,069 13 


1891 


108 00 


241,369,443 


69,160,737 


45,999,676 


1,818,530 


116,978,943 


20,550,473 53 


20,550,581 53 


1892 




247,6:^,620 


69,873,571 


45,297,259 


6,534,200 


121,705,030 


21,161,710 93 


21,161,710 93 


1893 




240,999,889 


62,779,182 


46,291,729 


4,023,072 


113,093,983 


19,379,822 32 


19,379,822 32 


1894 




224,420,485 


58,557,655 


42,118,236 


4,576,620 


105,252,511 


17,887,269 47 


17,887,269 47 


1895 




239,025,360 


67,239,759 


38,121,402 


5,226,319 


110,587,480 


20,219,037 32 


20,219,037 32 


1896 




257,168,862 


66,220,765 


40,397,062 


4,676,194 


111,294,021 


19,891,996 77 


19,891,996 77 


1897 




304,475,736 


74,625,088 


51,682,074 


4,390,844 


130,698,006 


22,157,788 49 


22,157,788 49 


1898 





321,661,213 


89,433,172 


59,913,287 


4,705.134 


154,051,593 


25,734,228 75 


25,734,228 75 


1899 




38l,.517,236 


104,346,795 


68.160,083 


8,297,438 


180,804,316 


28,889,110 13 


28,889,110 13 


1900 



included with goods entered for consumption. 



10— i— 11 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 2. — Statement (by Classes) of th^ Values of the Exports of Canada 





The Mixe. 


The Fisheries. 


The Forest. 


> 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


Home i 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


Home 
Produce. 

S 
18,742,625 


Foreign 
Produce. 


1868 


1,276,129 


■K- 


1,276,129 


$ 
3,357,510 


S 


S 
3,357,510 


* 


1869 


1,941,485 


* 


1,941,485 


2,242,710' 


* 


2,242,710 


20,423,882 


* 


1870 


2,192,541 


* 


2,192,541 


3,608,549 


* 


3,608,549 


21,533,300 


» 


1871 


2,841,124 


* 


2,841,124 


3,994,275 


* 


3,994,275 


23,063,223 


* 


1872 


4,7^9,594 


* 


4,779,594 


4,386,214 


* 


4,386,214 


24,459,877 


* 


1873 


5,853,860 


* 


5,853,860 


4,779,277 


* 


4,779,277 


29,298,917 


* 


1874 


3,760,835 


* 


3,760,835 


5,292,368 


* 


5,292,368 


27,237,779 


* 


1875 


3,643,398 


♦ 


3,643,398 


5,380,527 


-N- 


5,380,527 


25,070,410 


* 


1876 


3,731,827 


55,975 


3,787,802 


5,500,989 


232 


5,501,221 


20,333,230 


209,405 


1877 


3,644,040 


54,918 


3,698,958 


5,874,360 




5,874,360 


23,010,249 


655,338 


1878 


2,816,347 


53,016 


2,869,363 


6,853,975 


75,391 


6,929,366 


19,511,575 


543,254 


1879 


3,082,900 


104,822 


3,187,722 


6,928,871 


143,332 


7,072,203 


13,261,459 


535,800 


1880 


2,877,351 


104,262 


2,981,613 


6,579,656 


73,691 


6,653,347 


16,854,507 


812,186 


1881 


2,767,829 


148,425 


2,916,254 


6,867,715 


31,169 


6,898,884 


24,960,012 


749,836 


1882 


3,013,573 


127,608 


3,141,181 


7,682,079 


15,529 


7,697,608 


23,991,055 


971,597 


1883 


2,970,886 


135,944 


3,106,830 


8,809,118 


47,808 


8,856,926 


25,370,726 


1,277,715 


1884 


3,247,092 


195,399 


3,442,491 


8,591,654 


17,687 


8,609,341 


25,811,157 


1,484,926 


1885 


3,639,537 


196,933 


3,836,470 


7,960,001 


16,312 


7,976,313 


20,989,708 


1,383,597 


1886 


3,951,147 


196,140 


4,147,287 


6,843,388 


25,645 


6,869,033 


21,034,611 


1,830,476 


1887 


3,805,959 


304,649 


4,110,608 


6,875,810 


101,864 


6,977,674 


20,484,746 


1,763,737 


1888 


4,110,937 


228,551 


4,339,488 


7,793,183 


77,922 


7,871,105 


21,302,814 


1,577,477 


1889 


4,419,170 


254,033 


4,673,203 


7,212,208 


117,527 


7,329,735 


23,043,007 


1,426,249 


1890 


4,855,757 


270,374 


5,126,131 


8,461,906 


62,602 


8,524,508 


26,179,136 


1,110,128 


1891 


5,784,143 


193,593 


5,977,736 


1 9,715,401 


181,132 


9,896,533 


24,282,015 


1,583,853 


1892 


5,906,471 


236,697 


6,143,168 


9,675,398 


268,712 


9,944,110 


22,281,744 


1,351,931 


1893 


5,329,890 


295,636 


5,625,526 


8,743,050 


198,307 


8,941,357 


26,359,910 


1,272,881 


1894 


5,801,009 


254,885 


6,055,894 


i 11,102,692 


309,589 


11,412,281 


26,355,448 


149,308 


1895 


6,983,227 


231,439 


7,214,666 


10,692,247 


165,009 


10,857,256 


23,891,166 


238,033 


1896 


8,059,650 


342,110 


8,401,760 


11,077,765 


105,933 


11,183,698 


27,175,686 


149,208 


1897 


11,298,915 


251,172 


11,550,087 


10,314,323 


254,765 


10,569,088 


31,258,729 


173,565 


1898 


14,463,256 


230,793 


14,694,054 


10,841,661 


132,316 


10,973,977 


26,511,539 


531,533 


1899 


13,368,150 


200,435 


13,568,585 


9,909,662 


41,642 


9,951,304 


28,021,529 


92,766 


1900 


24,580,266 


198,073 


24,778,339 


11,169,083 


55,783 


11,224,866 


29,663,668 


290,421 



Not separately stated prior to 1876. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1900, inclusive. 



Animals and their Produce. 



Agricultural Products. 



Totals. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


7- 


18,742,625 


S 
6,893,167 




6,893,167 


12,871,055 


8 
* 


12,871,0551868 


20,423,882 


8,769,407 


* 


8,769,407 


12,182,702 


* 


12,182,7021869 


21,533,300 


12,138,161 


* 


13,138,161 


13,676,619 


* 


13,676,619 1870 


23,063,223 


12,608,506 


* 


12,608,506 


9,853,921 


« 


9,853,924; 1871 

j 


24,459,877 


12,706,967 


* 


12,706,967 


13,378,891 


* 


13,378,891 1872 


29,298,917 


14,243,017 


* 


14,24.3,017 


14,995,340 


* 


14,995,340 1873 


27,237,779 


14,679,169 


* 


14,679,169 


19, .590, 142 


« 


19,590,142 


1874 


25,070,410 


12,700,507 


* 


12,700,507 


17,258, .358 


^ 


17,258.358 


1875 


20,542,635 


13,614,569 


1,030,599 


14,645,168 


21,139,665 


5,169,024 


26,308,689 


1876 


• 2.3,665,587 


14,220,617 


1,140,434 


15,361,051 


14,689,376 


4,590,350 


19,279,726 


1877 


20,054,829 


14,019,857 


557,229 


14,577,086 


18,008,754 


9,272,335 


27,281,089 1878 


13,797,259 


14,100,604 


636,789 


14,737,393 


19,628,464 


6,342,423 


25,970,887 1879 


17,666,693 


17,607,577 


896,432 


18,501,009 


22,294,328 


9,992,800 


32,287,128 1880 


25,709,848 


21,360,219 


1,305,391 


22,665,610 


21,268,327 


10,025,800 


31,294,1271881 


24,962,652 


20,454,759 


951,046 


21,405,805 


31,035,712 


4,553,986 


35,589,6981882 


26,648,441 


20,284,343 


881,075 


21,165,418 


22,818,519 


6,696,514 


29,515,033 1883 


27,296,083 


22,946,108 


1,206,076 


24,152,184 


12,397,843 


5,758,217 


18,156,060 1884 


22,373,305 


25,337,104 


1.166,890 


26,503,994 


14,518,293 


4,602,073 


19,120,366 


1885 


22,865,087 


22,065,433 


1,012,080 


23,077,513 


17,652,779 


3,789,038 


21,441,817 


1886 


22,248,483 


24,246,937 


825,602 


25,072,539 


18,826,235 


4,892,913 


23,719,148 


1887 


22,880,291 


24,719,297 


901,072 


25,620,369 


15,436,360 


5,439,075 


20,875,435 


i8as 


24,469,256 


23,894,707 


799,246 


24,693,953 


13,414,111 


3,778,038 


17,192,149 


1889 


27,289,264 


25,106,995 


1,523,677 


26,630,672 


11,908,030 


5,337,545 


17,245,575 


1890 


25,865,868 


25,967,741 


1,280,525 


27,248,266 


13,666,858 


4,634,294 


18,301,152 


1891 


23,633,675 


28,594,850 


1,468,927 


30,063,777 


22,113,284 


8,704,122 


30,817,406 


1892 


27,632,791 


31,736,499 


1,039,380 


.32,775,879 


22,049,490 


5,043,705 


27,093,195 


1893 


26,504,756 


31,881,973 


1,164,494 


33,046,467 


17,677,649 


9,079,697 


26,757,346 


1894 


24,129,199 


34,387,770 


1,268,624 


35,656,394 


15,719,128 


3,273,375 


18,992,503 


1895 


27,324,894 


36,507,641 


896,755 


37,404,396 


14,083,361 


3,890,6.50 


17,974,011 


1896 


31,432,294 


39,245,252 


1,123,008 


40,368,260 


17,982,646 


7,711,621 


25,604,267 


1897 


27,043,072 


44,301,470 


1,834,668 


46,136,138 


33,063,285 


10,664,494 


43,727,7791898 


28,114,295 


46,743,130 


1,281,684 


48,024,814 


22,952,915 


14,448,999 


37,401,9141899 


29.954,089 


56,148,807 


1,147,860 


57,296,667 
/ 


27,516,609 


10,953,352 


38,469,9611900 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 2. — Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada 





^J 


[AXUi'ACTLllES, 


Miscellaneous. 




Totals. 


X 


Home 1 
Produce, i 

1 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. ; 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Totals. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


18G8 


s i 

2,100,411 


S 


2,100,4111 


302,280 


$ 


§ 1 
302,280 


45,543,177 


4,196,821 


1869 


2,412,559 


t 


2,412,559 


350,559 




350,559! 

1 


49,323,304 


3,855,801 


1870 


2,560,370 


t 


2,560,370 


371,652 




371,652| 


56,081,192 


6,527,622 


1871 


2,432,750 


i 
+ 


2,432,750 


387,554 




387,554 


55,181,356 


9,853,244 


1872j 


2,716,499 


t 1 


2,716,499 


515,985 




515,985! 


62,944,027 


12,798,182 


1873 


3,609,9031 


■^ 


3,609,903 


465,292 




465,292^ 


73,245,606 


9,405,910 


1874i 


2, 946, 655 1 


t ! 


2,946,655 


419,800 




419,800: 


73,926,748 


10,614,096 


1875 


3,028,512 


t ' 


3,028,512 


409,181 




409,181 


67,490,893 


7,137,319 


1876 


5,148,201 


619,546 


5,767,747 


393,368 


150,180 


543,548* 


69,861,849 


7,234,961 


1877 


4,105,422 


576,337 


4,681,759 


320,816 


93,731 


414,547 


65,864,880 


7,111,108 


1878 


4,127,755 


588,021 


4,715,776 


401,871 


75,632 


477,503i 


65,740,134 


11,164,878 


1879 


2,700,281 


528,480 


3,228,761 


386,999 


63,998 


450,997' 


60,089,578 


8,355,644 


1880 


3,242,617 


1,241,594 


4,484,211 


640,155 


119,041 


759,196 


70,096,191 


13,240,006 


1881 


3,075,095 


968,028 


4,043,123 


622,182 


146,468 


768,650 


80,921,379 


1.3,375,117 


1882 


3,329,598 


934,856 


4,264,454 


535,935 


73,831 


609,766 


90,042,711 


7,628,453 


1883 


3,503,220 


611,204 


4,114,424 


528,895 


101,513 


630,408 


84,285,707 


9,751,773 


1884 


3,577,535 


599,611 


4,177,146 


560,690 


127,190 


687,880 


77,132,079 


9,389,106 


1885 


3,181,501 


612,728 


3,794,229 


557,374 


101,113 


658,487 


76,183,518 


8,079,646 


1886 


2,824,137 


482,250 


3,306,387 


604,011 


102,450 


706,461 


74,975,506 


7,438,079 


1887 


3,079,972 


427,632 


3,507,604 


644,361 


232,936 


877,297 


77,964,020 


8, 549, .333 


1888 


4,161,282 


455,671 


4,616,953 


773,877 


123,626 


897,503 


78,297,750 


8,803,394 


1889 


4,434,949 


464,139 


4,899,088 


783,652 


99,223 


882,875 


77,201,804 


6,938,455 


1890 


5,741,184 


646,880 


6,388,064 


82,506 


100,575 


183,081 


82,335,514 


9,051,781 


1891 


6,296,249 


689,212 


6,985,461 


45,337 


236,022 


281,359 


85,757,744 


8,798,631 


1892 


7,040,988 


699,867 


7,740,855 


71,518 


391,535 


463,053 


95,684,253 


13,121,791 


1893 


7,693,959 


793,312 


8,487,271 


93,692 


298,635 


392,327 


102,006,490 


8,941,856 


1894 


7,692,755 


643,557 


8,336,312 


75,327 


232,275 


307,602 


100,586,853 


11,833,805 


1895 


7,768,875 


1,090,727 


8,859,602 


85,938 


217,83- 


303,774 


99,528,351 


6,485,043 


1896 


9,365,384 


857,493 


10,222,877 


109,265 


1 364,589 


473,854 


106,378,752 


6,606,738 


1897 


9,522,014 


• 778,330 


10,300,344 


63,531 


532,702 


596,233 


119,685,410 


10,825,163 


1898 


10,678,316 


1,192,535 


11,870,851 


61,405 


394,530 


455,944 


139,920,932 


14,980,883 


1899 


11,706,707 


1,117,265 


12,823,972 


99,169 


' 337,297 


436,406 


132,801,262 


17,520,088 


1900 


14,224,287 


1,287,294 


15,511,581 


208,070 


332,471 


540,541 


163,510,790 


14,266,254 



t Xot separately stated prior to 187G. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1900, inclusive — Concluded. 



Totals. 



Coin and Bullion. 



Estiijiated 

Short jj i Pi 

Reported, pr^^uce. i Produce. 



Grand Total Export. 



49,739,998 

53,179,105 

62,608,814 

65,034,600 

75,742,209 

82,651,516 

84,540,844 

74,628,212 

77,096,810 

72,975,988 

76,905,012 

68,445,222 

83,336,197 

94,296,496 

97,671,164 

94,037,480 

86,521,185 

84,263,164 

82,413,585 

86,513,353 

87,101,144 

84,140,259 

91,387,295 

94,556,375 

108,806,044 

110,948,346 

112,420,658 

106,013,394 

112,985,490 

130,510,573 

154,901,815 

150,321,350 

177,776,044 



2,961,722 4, 866, 168 1 . 
3,077,468 4,218,208. 
2,962,398 8,002,278 



2,448,668 



6,690,350 



2,887,056 4,010,398 
3,292,419 3,845,987 



2,815,249 
2,218,930 
2,629,588 
2,165,66(; 
2,249,660, 
2,341,447 
2,803,506 
3,023,322 
4,094,946 
3,416,724 
2,701,019 
2,948,217 
2,781,198 
2,996,889 
3,084,.322 



1,995,835 
1,039,837 
1,240,037 



733,739 

168,989 

704,586 

1,771,755 

971,005 

371,093 

631,600 

2,184,292 

2,026,980 

56,531 

5,569 

17,534 



3,070,652 1,978,2561 



2,922,072 

2,913,994! 

3,348,213j 

3,482,308 

3,264,911 

3,300,0901 

3,329,053| 

i 

3,947,130 

4,627,730 

4,559,530 

5,461,511 



129,328 

306,447 

309,459 

310,006 

256,571 

207,532 

327,298 

1,045,723 

1,101,245 

1,670,068 



2,439,782 
817,5991 
1,502,671 
3,824,239 
1,529,374 
4,068,748 
4,491,777 
3,165,252 
3,577,415 
2,914,780 
6,987,100 



Totals 



Honie 
Produce. 



8 I S 

4,866,1681 53,371,06; 



4,218,208 

8,002,278 

6,690,350 

4,010,398 

3,845,987 

1,995,835 

1,039,837 

1,240,037 

733,739 

168,989 

704,58(5 

1,771,755 

971,005 

371,093 

631,600 

2,184,292 

2,026,980 

56,531 

5,569 

17,534 

1,978,256 

2,439,782 

946,927 

1,809,118 

4,133,698 

1,839,380 

4,325,319 

4,699,309 



56,618,980 
67,045,868 
64,320,374 
69,841,481 
80,384,012 
78,737,832 
70,749,660 
73,731,474 
68,030,54(;| 
67,989,800 
62,431,025 
72,899,697 
83,944,701 
94,137,657 
87,702,431 
79,833,098 
79,131,7a5 
77,756,704 
80,960,909 
81,382,072 
80,272,456 
85,257,586 
88,801,(66 
99,338,913 
105,798,257 
104,161,770 
103,085,012 
109,915,337 



Foreign 
Produce. 



4,196,821 
3,855,801 
6,527,622 
9,853,244 

12,798,182 
9,405,910 

10,614,096 
7,137,319 
7,234,961 
7,844,847 

11,333,867 
9,060,230 

15,011,761 

14,346,122| 



Totals. 



57,567,888 
60,474,781 
73,573,490 
74,173,618 
82,639,663 
89,789,922 
89,351,928 
77,886,979 
80,966,435 
75,875,393 
79,323,667 
71,491,255 
87,911,458 
98.290,823 



7,999,546 102,137,203 



3,492,550 123,959,838 

4,623,138; 145,594,385 

4,016,025| 138,462,037 

8,657,168; 170,642,369 



10,383,373 

11,573,398 

10,106,626 

7,494,610 

8,554,902 

8,820,928 

8,916,711 

11,491,563 

9,616,230 

14,624,462 

12,766,095 

13,363,179 

10,553,791 

11,098,515 

13,990,415 

18,558,298 

20,434,868 

21,252,354 



98,085,804 
91,406,496 
89,2.38,361 
85,251,314 
89,515,811 
90,203,000 
89,189.167 
96,749,149 



c3 
(B 

1868 
186» 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 



98,417,2961891 



113,963,375 
118,564,352 
117,524,949 



1892 
1893 
1894 



113,638.80311895 



121,013,852' 
137,950,253 
164,152,683 
158,896,905 
191,894,723 



1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

]N^o. 3. — Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada (Home 

case the portion sent to Great Britain 

EXPORTS, THE PRO 





The Mine. 


The Fisheries. 


Years. 


G. B. 


U.S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


G. B. 


U. S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 




S 


s 


. 


s 


S 


S 


S 


S 


1868 


421,093 


733,980 


121,056 


1,276,129 


226,915 


926,792 


2,203,803 


3,3.57,510 


1869 


735,573 


1,096,536 


109,376 


1,941,485 


236,249 


1,085,611 


1,920,850 


3,242,710 


1870 


842,339 


1,182,443 


167,759 


2,192,541 


321,028 


943,188 


2, 344, .333 


3,008,549 


1871 


705,840 


?,011,831 


123,453 


2,841,124 


348,639 


897,546 


2,748,090 


3,994,275 


1872 


665,479 


3,968,824 


145,291 


4,779,594 


379,869 


851,612 


3,154,733 


4,386,214 


1873 


1,013,945 


4,537,005 


302,910 


5,853,860 


483,157 


1,336,398 


2,959.722 


4,779,277 


1874 


371,869 


3,100,901 


288,065 


3,760,835 


700,813 


1,616,6(13 


2,974,892 


5,292,308 


1875 


157,014 


3,214,130 


272,254 


3,643,398 


652,870 


1,644,826 


3,082,831 


5,380,527 


1876 


362,889 


3,167,912 


201,026 


3,731,827 


687,101 


1,475,319 


3,338,569 


5,500,989 


1877 


1,061,201 


2,413,525 


169,314 


3,644,040 


• 808,330 


1,317,917 


3,748,113 


5,874,360 


1878 


142,374 


2,472,979 


200,994 


2,816,347 


1,043,539 


2,367,007 


3,443,429 


6,853,975 


1879 


265,305 


2,636,334 


181,261 


3,082,900 


1,494,846 


1,899,100 


3,5.34,835 


6,928,871 


1880 


216,867 


2,495,624 


164,860 


2,877,351 


1,154,245 


1,738,870 


3,686,541 


6,579,656 


1881 


253,652 


2,346,529 


167,648 


2,767,829 


1,562,802 


2,241,585 


3,063,328 


6,867,715 


1882 


311,456 


2,418,021 


284,096 


3,013,573 


2,129,982 


2,441,204 


3,110,893 


7,682,079 


1883 


309,794 


2,332,051 


329,041 


2,970,886 


2,337,072 


3,186,218 


3,285,828 


8,809,118 


1884 


519,672 


2,505,501 


221,919 


3,247,092 


1,621,816 


3,598,216 


3,371,622 


8,591,654 


1885 


485,408 


2,898,518 


255,611 


.%639,537 


1,543,114 


3,560,731 


2,856,256 


7,960,001 


1886 


589,832 


3,115,696 


245,619 


3,951,147 


1,586,771 


2,587,548 


2,669,069 


6,843,388 


1887 


477,722 


3,085,431 


242,806 


3,805,959 


1,704,190 


2,717,509 


2,454,111 


6,875,810 


1888 


478,260 


3,341,308 


291.369 


4,110,937 


1,544,901 


3,123,853 


3,124,429 


7,793,183 


1889 


422,355 


3,753,351 


243,464 


4,419,170 


1,249,928 


2,839,980 


3,122,300 


7,212,208 


1890 


630,815 


3,963,257 


261,685 


4,855,757 


2,707,422 


2,850,528 


2,903,956 


8,461,906 


1891 


851,794 


4,600,800 


331,549 


5,784,143 


2,747,882 


3,807,786 


3,159,733 


9,715,401 


1892 


683,094 


4,806,483 


416,894 


5,906,471 


3,006,810 


3,452,036 


3,216,552 


9,675,398 


1893 


244,560 


4,756,280 


329,050 


5,329,890 


2,347,076 


3,503,904 


2,892,070 


8,743,050 


1894 


257,613 


5,130,186 


413,210 


5,801,009 


4,586,715 


3,260,677 


3,255,300 


11,102,692 


. 1895 


388,407 


6,271,397 


323,423 


6,983,227 


4,143,994 


3,025,171 


3,523,082 


10,692,247 


1896 


175,512 


7,437,814 


446,324 


8,059,650 


4,462,002 


3,301,671 


3,314,092 


11,077,765 


1897 


354,769 


10,533,581 


410,565 


11,298,915 


4,366,081 


2,998,655 


2,949,587 


10,314,323 


1898 


212,304 


13,838,831 


412,121 


14,463,256 


4,822,688 


2,!)79,404 


3,039,569 


10,841,661 


1899 


154,151 


12,683,332 


530,667 


13,368,150 


3,610,972 


3,179,751 


3,118,939 


9,909,062 


1900 


193,746 


23,698,606 


687,914 


24,580,266 


4,071,136 


3,688,935 


3,409,012 


11,169,083 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 9 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Produce) during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1900, showing in each 
the United States and other Countries. 
DUCE OF CANADA. 





The r< 


DKEST. 




Animals and their Proi 


UCE. 




G. B. 


U. S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


G. B. 


U. S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


Years. 


S 


.$ 


8 


$ 


•S 


s 


S 


8 




9,S54,244 


7,842.526 


1,545,855 


18,742,625 


2,724,017 


3,794,673 


374,477 


0,893,167 


1868 


11,151,161 


7,515,075 


1,757,646 


20,423,882 


3,342,377 


5,011,989 


415,041 


8,769,407 


1869 


10,600,994 


8,925,122 


2,007,184 


21,533.-300 


4,345,179 


7,326,764 


466,218 


12,138,161 


1870 


11,631,710 


9,158,603 


2,272,910 


23,063,223 


4,859,709 


7,191,154 


557,043 


12,008,506 


1871 


12,776,984 


9,215,103 


2,467,490 


21,450,877 


6,087,792 


0,103,684 


515,491 


12,706,967 


1872 


13,720,614 


12,622,959 


2,955,314 


29,298,917 


7,245,415 


6,553,000 


443^702 


14,243,017 


1873 


14,928,878 


9,719,946 


2,588,955 


27,237,779 


8,559,764 


5,706,366 


413,039 


14,679,169 


1874 


16,303,818 


6,402,847 


2,363,745 


25,070,410 


7,026,730 


5,085,172 


.588,605 


12,700,507 


1875 


14,029,090 


4,793,065 


1,511,075 


20,333,230 


7,887,627 


4,896,786 


830,156 


13,614,569 


1876 


16,737,568 


4,522,508 


1,750,173 


23,010,249 


9,013,441 


4,592,707 


614.469 


14,220,617 


1877 


13,271,372 


4,481,053 


1,759.150 


19,511,575 


9,060,279 


4,483,106 


476,472 


14,019,857 


1878 


7,328,313 


4,231,484 


1,701,662 


13,261,159 


9,120,141 


4,553,262 


427,201 


14,100,604 


1879 


8,673,336 


6,532,418 


1,648,753 


16,854,507 


11,104,223 


6,016,988 


486,366 


17,607,577 


1880 


14,758,890 


8,349,844 


1,851,278 


24,960,012 


15,327,964 


5,546,944 


485,311 


21,360,219 


1881 


11,349,806 


10,192,933 


2,448,256 


23,991,055 


13,365,399 


6,592,068 


497,292 


20,454,759 


1882 


13,027,337 


9,916,040 


2,427.349 


25,-370,726 


13,158,194 


6,567,588 


558,561 


20,284,343 


1883 


13,742,663 


9,883,749 


2,184,745 


25,811,157 


16,054,004 


6,367,702 


524,402 


22,940,108 


1884 


9,577,581 


9,355,736 


2,056,391 


20,989,708 


17,979,895 


6,789,562 


567,647 


25,337,104 


1885 


10,899,727 


8,545,406 


1,589,478 


21,034,611 


14,814,672 


6,742,789 


507,972 


22,065,433 


1886 


9,445,491 


9,353,506 


1,085.749 


20,484,746 


16,315,474 


7,291,369 


640,094 


24,246,937 


1887 


8,932,177 


10,622,338 


1,748,299 


21,302,814 


16,571,072 


7,595,743 


552,482 


24,719,297 


1888 


10,197,529 


11,043,023 


1,802,455 


23,043,007 


ir,, 227, 060 


7,137,006 


530,641 


23,894,707 


1889 


14,098,865 


10,247,640 


1,832,631 


26,179,136 


18,578,722 


5,966,474 


561,799 


25,106,995 


1890 


11,146,282 


11,763,058 


1,372,675 


24,282,015 


20,991,143 


4,316,979 


659,619 


25,907,741 


1891 


9,453,768 


11,472,306 


1,355,670 


22,281,744 


24,068,081 


3,935,924 


590,845 


28,594,850 


1892 


10,821,082 


13,859,960 


1,678,868 


26,359,910 


27,052,050 


3,951,850 


732,599 


31,736,499 


1893 


11,475,692 


13,308,196 


1,571,560 


26,355,448 


28,986,095 


2,311,104 


584,774 


31,881,973 


1894 


9,975,833 


12,482,969 


1,432,364 


23.891,166 


30,022,479 


3,713,148 


652,143 


34,387,770 


1895 


12,186,806 


13,528,047 


1,400,833 


27,175,686 


32,523,071 


3,341,275 


043,295 


36,507,641 


1890 


14,059,585 


15,435,759 


1,763,385 


31,258,729 


33,600,891 


5,081,811 


,562,550 


39.245,252 


1897 


15,638,549 


9,336,252 


1,536,738 


26,511,539 


39,737,089 


4,192,943 


371,438 


44,301,470 


1898 


15,777,996 


9,921,704 


2,321,829 


28,021,529 


41,604,999 


4,628,533 


509,598 


46,743,130 


1899 


15,058,036 


12,805,139 


1,800,493 


29,603,608 


49,881,630 


5,326,750 


940,427 


,56,148,807 


1900 



10 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



No. 3. — Statement (by Classes) of 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

the Values of the Exports of Canada (Home 
case the portion sent to Great Britain, 

EXPORTS THE PRO 



Agricultural Products. 



Manufactures 



Years. 




















G. B. 


U. S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


G. B. 


U. S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 




S 


S 


8 


$ 


S 


S 


s 


8 


1868 


4,056,340 


8,136,017 


678, 69S 


12,871,055 


1,107,408 


682,851 


310,152 


2,100 411 


186!) 


3,620,584 


7,912,017 


650,101 


12,182,702 


1,385,965 


720,774 


305,820 


2,4:2,559 


1870 


5,377,970 


7,600,-330 


698,310 


13,676,611) 


1,009,044 


1,086,0^3 


465,243 


2,560,370 


1871 


3,222,931 


6,022,432 


608,561 


9,853,924 


942,127 


1,091,801 


398,822 


2,432,750 


1872 


4,440,441 


8,014,160 


924,290 


13,378,891 


799,413 


1,439,062 


478,024 


2,716,499 


1873 


7,455,272 


6,446,374 


1,093,691 


14,995,340 


1,428,748 


1,541,698 


639,457 


3,609,903 


1874 


9,804,375 


8,743,669 


1,042,098 


19,590,142 


1,367,944 


1,134,345 


444,366 


2,946,655 


1870 


8,432,963 


8,012,813 


812,582 


17,258,358 


1,571,556 


986,604 


470,352 


3,028,512 


1876 


8,394,103 


11,744,615 


1,000,947 


21,139,665 


2,965,249 


1,047,211 


1,135,741 


5,148,201 


1877 


5,752,550 


8,038,250 


898,570 


14,689,376 


2,098,817 


988,433 


1,018,172 


4,10.5,422 


1878 


10,087,^29 


6,977,038 


944,387 


18,008,754 


2,224,373 


983.027 


920,355 


4,127,755 


1879 


10,048,682 


8,591,143 


988,681) 


19,628,464 


1,107,385 


881,685 


711,211 


2,700,281 


1880 


12,641,961 


8,086,795 


1,565,572 


22,294,328 


1,386,746 


1,283,342 


572,529 


3,242,617 


1881 


9,490,890 


10,631,374 


1,146,063 


21,268,327 


1,211,915 


1,310,557 


552,623 


3,075,095 


1882 


11,244,152 


18,189,118 


1,602,442 


31,03.5,712 


1,398,147 


1,339,614 


591,837 


3,329,598 


1883 


9,474,740 


11,989,280 


1,354,499 


22,818,519 


1,211,189 


1,003,274 


688,757 


3,503,220 


1884 


3,990,127 


7,503,111 


904,605 


12,307,843 


1,443,630 


1,205,6.52 


868,253 


3,577,535 


1885 


5,502,763 


8,392,341 


623,189 


14 518,293 


1,335,706 


1,135,741 


710,054 


3,181,501 


1886 


7,729,264 


8,752,994 


1,170,521 


17,652,779 


1,026,861 


1,207,356 


589,920 


2,824,137 


1887 


9,438,408 


7,966,248 


1,421,579 


18,826,235 


1,270,162 


1,289,052 


520,758 


3,079,972 


1888 


4,292,640 


10,306,278 


837,442 


15,436,360 


1,762,894 


1,632,025 


766,363 


4,161,282 


1889 


3,674,055 


9,125,707 


614, 34i 


13,414,111 


1,679,350 


1,822,948 


932,642 


4,434,949 


1890 


3,661,826 


7,519,253 


726,951 


11,008,030 


1,816,147 


2,667,282 


1,257,755 


5,741,184 


1891 


5,254,028 


7,291,246 


1,121,584 


13,666,858 


2,252,295 


3,006,423 


1,037,531 


6,296,249 


1892 


15,119,780 


4,573,779 


2,419,725 


22,113,284 


2,617,472 


3,006,708 


1,416,808 


7,040,988 


1893 


15,443,211 


4,132,105 


2,474,174 


22,040,490 


2,454,009 


3,563,827 


1,676,123 


7,603,959 


1894 


12,431,275 


2,784,520 


2,461,854 


17,677,649 


3,120,614 


2,448,607 


2,123,534 


7,692.755 


1895 


10,414,380 


3,710,022 


1,594,726 


15,719,128 


2,944,280 


3,030,449 


1,794,146 


7,768,875 


1896 


9,551,316 


3,232,793 


1,299,252 


14,083,361 


3,799,266 


3,531,239 


2,034,879 


9,365,384 


897 


13,507,342 


2,419,814 


2,055,490 


17,982,646 


3,617,128 


3,213,677 


2,691,209 


9,522,014 


1898 


27,747,140 


1,133,293 


4,182,852 


33,063,285 


4,900,806 


2,829,510 


2,948,000 


10,678,316 


1899 


18,447,543 


1,149,686 


3,355,686 


22,952,915 


5,474,562 


3,150,711 


3,081,434 


11,706,707 


1900 


21,674,965 


2,041,110 


3,800,534 


27,516,609 


5,625,073 


4,857,413 


3,741,801 


14,224,287 



i ST A TISTICA L AND FIN A NCI A L STA TEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



11 



Produce) during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1900, showing in each 
the United States and other Countries — Continued. 
DUCE OF GA^XD A— Continued. 





Miscellaneous. 




Total Merchandise the Produce of Canada. 




G. B. 


U. S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


G.B. 


U. S. 


O.C. 


Totals. 


Years. 


$ 


$ 


8 


$ 


% 


% 


§ 


$ 




15,791 


271,007 


15,482 


302,280 


17,905,808 


22,387,846 


5,249,523 


45,543,177 


1868 


14,480 


298,186 


37,893 


350,559 


20,486,389 


23,640,188 


5,196,727 


49,323,304 


1869 


16,437 


335,000 


20,215 


371,652 


22,512.991 


27,398,930 


6,169,271 


56,081,192 


1870 


22,600 


342,323 


22,631 


387,554 


21,733,556 


26,715,890 


6,732,110 


55,181,356 


1871 


73,807 


391,691 


50,487 


515,985 


25,223,785 


29,984,440 


7,735,802 


62,944,027 


1872 


55,053 


383,391 


26,848 


46f,292 


31,402,234 


33,421,725 


8,421,647 


73,245,606 


1873 


35,547 


358,066 


25,587 


419,800 


35,769,190 


30,380,556 


7,777,002 


73,926,748 


1874 


54,183 


337,426 


17,572 


409,181 


34,199,134 


25,683,818 


7,607,941 


67,490,893 


1875 


52,946 


326,242 


14,180 


393,368 


34,379,005 


27,451,150 


8,031,694 


69,861,849 


1876 


19,764 


287,326 


13,726 


320,816 


35,491,671 


22,160,666 


8,212,543 


65,864,880 


1877 


31,844 


367,133 


2,894 


401,871 


35,861,110 


22,131,343 


7,747,681 


65,740,134 


1878 


28,802 


356,811 


1,3S6 


386,999 


29,393,424 


23,149,909 


7,546,245 


60,089,578 


1879 


30,653 


608,668 


834 


640,155 


35,208,031 


26,^62,705 


8,125,455 


70,096,191 


1880 


31,106 


588,276 


2,800 


622,182 


42,637,219 


31,015,109 


7,269,051 


80,921,379 


1881 


17,811 


514,680 


3,444 


535,935 


39,816,813 


41,687,638 


8,538,260 


90,042,711 


1882 


19,741 


502,050 


7,104 


528,895 


39,538,067 


36,096,501 


8,651,139 


84,285,707 


1883 


38,958 


507,691 


14,041 


560,690 


37,410,870 


31,631,622 


8,089,587 


77,132,079 


1884 


54,684 


485,964 


16,726 


557,374 


36,479,051 


32,618,593 


7,085,874 


70,183,518 


1885 


47,136 


551,503 


5,372 


604,011 


36,694,263 


31,503,292 


6,777,951 


74,975,506 


1886 


62,884 


569,918 


11,559 


644,361 


38,714,331 


32,273,033 


6,976,656 


77,964,020 


1887 


6B,340 


701,616 


5,921 


773,877 


33,648,284 


37,323,161 


7,326,305 


78,297,750 


1888 


53,995 


727,273 


2,384 


783,652 


33,504,281 


36,449,288 


7,248,235 


77,201,804 


1889 


5,352 


76,773 


381 


82,506 


41,499,149 


33,291,207 


7,545,158 


82,335,514 


1890 


360 


43,144 


1,833 


45,337 


43,243,784 


34,829,436 


7,684,524 


85,757,744 


1891 


50 


70,621 


847 


71,518 


54,949,055 


31,317,857 


9,417,341 


95,684,253 


1892 


47,618 


45,876 


19S 


93,692 


58,409,606 


33,813,802 


9,783,082 


102,006,490 


1893 


20.052 


54,308 


9G7 


75,327 


60,878,056 


29,297,598 


10,411,199 


100,586,853 


1894 


14,191 


70,617 


1,130 


85,938 


57,903,564 


32,303,773 


9,321,014 


99,528,351 


1895 


19,968 


87,589 


1,708 


109,265 


62,717,941 


34,460,428 


9,200,383 


106,378,752 


1896 


28,056 


33,760 


1,715 


63,531 


69,533,852 


39,717,057 


10,434,501 


119,685,410 


1897 


6,443 


51,502 


3,400 


61,405 


93,065,019 


34,361,795 


12,494,118 


139,920,932 


1898 


43,458 


53,238 


2,473 


99,169 


85,113,681 


34,766,955 


12,920,626 


132,801,262 


1899 


58,289 


117,024 


32,757 


208,070 


96,562,875 


52,534,977 


14,412,938 


163,510,790 


1900 



12 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

2^0. 3. — Statement (by Classes) of the Values of the Exports of Canada (Home 

case the portion sent to Great Britain, 

EXPORTS, THE PRO 



Years. 

1868 
1869 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1876 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1890 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1894 
1895 
. 1896 
1897 
1898 
1899 
1900 



G. B. 



Estimated Short Reported. 
U. S. i O. C. 



2,961,722 
I 
3,077,468j . 

2,962,398, 

2,448,6G8i , 
2,887,056| 

3,292,419! 

I 

2,815,249| 
2,218,93o' 
2,629,588! 
2,165,666; 
2,249,666 

2,341,447 

I 
2,803,506 

3,023,322 

4,094,946 

3,416,724 

2,701,019 

2,948,217 

2,781,198 

2,996,889 

3,084,322 

3,070,652 

2,922,072 

2,913,994 

3,348,213 

3,482,308 

3,264,911 

3,300,090 

3,329,053 

3,947,130 

4,627,730 

4,559,530 

5,461,511 



Totals. 



2,961,722 

3,077,468 

2,962,398 

2,i48,668 

2,887,056 

3,292,419 

2,815,249 

2,218,930 

2,629,588 

2,165,666 

2,249,666 

2,341,447 

2,803,506 

3,023,322 

4,094,046 

3,416,724 

2,701,019 

2,948,217 

2,781,198 

2,996,889 

3,084,322 

3^070,652 

2,922,072 

2,913,994 

3,348,2131 

3,482,308' 

3,264,91l! 

3,300,09o' 

i 

3,329,053 

3,947,130! 

4,627,730 

4,559,530 

5,461,511 



G. B. 

889,032 

12,486 

1,134,784 

2,576,738 

5,355 



67,652 
38,017 



1,000 



Coin and 



U. S. 



3,975,189 
4,205,722 
6,867,494 
4,113,612 
3,388,765 
3,740,957 
1,928,183 
1,039,837 
1,202,020 



874 i 



129,328 

306,447 

309,459 

310,006 

256,571 

206,447 

327,298 

1,045,723 

1,100,371 

1,670,068 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



13 



Produce) during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1900, showing in each 
the United States and other Countries — Concluded. , 

DUCE OF CX^A.'D A— Concluded. 



Bullion. 


Grand Total Exports— 


THE Produce of Canada. 


Years. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


G. B. 


U.S. 


0. C. 


Totals. 


1,947 


S 
4,866,168 


S 
18,794,810 


29,324,757 


S 
5,251,470 


53,371,067 


1868 




4,218,208 


20,498,875 


30,924,378 


5,196,727 


56,618,980 


1869 




8,002,278 


23,647,775 


37,228,822 


6,169,271 


67,045,868 


1870 





6,690,350 


*24,310,294 


*33,277,970 


*6, 732, 110 


*64,320,374 


1871 


616,278 


4,010,398 


25,229,140 


36,260,261 


8,352,080 


69,841,481 


1872 


105,030 


3,845,987 


31,402,234 


40,455,101 


8,526,677 


80,384,012 


1873 





1,995,835 


35,836,842 


35,123,988 


7,777,002 


78,737,832 


1874 





1,039,837 


34,199,134 


28,942,585 


7,607,941 


70,749,660 


1875 





1,240,037 


34,417,022 


31,282,758 


8,031,694 


73,731,474 


1876 






35,491,671 


24,326,332 


8,212,543 


68,030,546 


1877 






35,861,110 


24,381,009 


7,747,681 


67,989,800 


1878 






29,393,424 


25,491,356 


7,546,245 


62,431,025 


1879 






35,208,031 


29,566,211 


8,125,455 


72,899,697 


1880 






42,637,219 


34,038,431 


7,269,051 


83,944,701 


1881 







.39,816,813 


45,782,584 


8,538,260 


94,137,657 


1882 






39,538,067 


39,513,225 


8,651,139 


87,702,431 


1883 






37,410,870 


34,332,641 


8,089,587 


79,833,098 


1884 






36,479,051 


35,566,810 


7,085,874 


79,131,735 


1885 







36,694,263 


34,284,490 


6,777,951 


77,756.704 


1886 






38,714,331 


35,269,922 


6,976,656 


80,960,909 


1887 






33,648,284 


40,407,483 


7,326,305 


81,382,072 
80,272,456 


1888 






33,504,281 


39,519,940 


7,248,235 


1889 






41,499,149 


36,213,279 


7,545,158 


85,257,586 


1890 




129,328 


43,243,784 


37,872,758 


7,684,524 


88,801,066 


1891 




306,447 


54,949,055 


34,972,517 


9,417,341 


99,338,913 


1892 




309,459 


58,409,606 


37,605,569 


9,783,082 


105,798,257 


1893 




310,006 


60,878,056 


32,872,515 


10,411,199 


104,161,770 
103,085,012 


1894 




256,571 


57,903,564 


35,860,434 


9,321,014 


1895 


85 


207,532 


62,718,941 


37,995,928 


9,200,468 


109,915,337 


1896 





327,298 


69,533,852 


43,991,485 


10,434,501 


123,959,838 


1897 




1,045,723 


93,065,019 


40,035,248 


12,494,118 


145,594,385 


1898 




1,101,245 


85,114,555 


40,426,856 


12,920,626 


138,462,037 


1899 




1,670,068 


96,562,875 


59,666,556 


14,412,938 


170,642,369 


1900 



Includes exports Manitoba for only three months ended June 30, 1871. 



14 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 4. — Statement fshawing for Canada the average ac? -ya^orem Rates of Duty collected 
i able and total from Great Britain and the United States for 











Imports entered for 


Consumption, MERCHA^ 


DISE ONLY. 




Total Imports. 


Imports from Great Britain. 


i 

< 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


Duty 
Collected. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


Duty 
Collected. 




s 


s 


• S 


$ 


s 


$ 


S 


$ 


1868.. 


43,655,696 


23,434,463 


67,090,159 


8,801,446 


28,284,194'' 9,333,131 


37,017,325 





1869.. 


41,069,342 


22,085,599 


63,154,941 


8,284,507 


28,483,645 7,013,119 


35,490,704 


4,799,758 


1870.. 


45,127,422 


21,774,652 


00,902,074 


9,425,028 


30,022,948 7,514,147 


37,537,095 


5,037,440 


1871 . . 


60,094,362 


24,120,026 


84,214.388 


11,807,590 


39,815,550 8,632,652 


4^,498,202 


6,544,088 


1872. . 


68,276,157 


36,679,210 


104,955,367 


13,020,684 


48,197,337 14,011,917 


02,209,254 


7,908,152 


1873.. 


71,198,176 


53,310,953 


124,509,129 


12,997.578 


47,443,203 20,553,742 


07,990,945 


7,392,957 


1874.. 


76,232,530 


46,948,357 


123.180,887 


14,407,318 


47,789,220 13,558,530 


01,347,750 


7,867,481 


1875. 


78,138,511 


39,270,057 


117,408,508 


15,354,139 


49,239,119 11,107,948 


00,347,007 


8,881,998 


1876. . 


60,238,297 


32,274,810 


92,513,107 


12,815,904 


32,385,482 8,100,578 


40,480,000 


0,075,750 


1877.. 


00,916,770 


33,209,624 


94,120,394 


12,511,567 


32,916,770 


6,414,845 


39,331,621 


0,377,596 


1878.. 


59,773,039 


30,622,812 


90,395,851 


12,791,532 


32,139,783 


5,112,986 


37.252,769 


6,445,985 


1879.. 


55,426,836 


23,275,683 


78,702,519 


12,933,916 


27,075,037 


3,892,223 


30,907,800 


5,561,933 


1880. . 


54,182,967 


15,717,575 


69,900,542 


14,129,953 


28,038,118 


5,726,321 


33,704,439 


6,737,997 


1881.. 


71,620,725 


18,867,604 


90,488,329 


18,492,045 


35,860,461 


7,024,081 


42,885,142 


8,772,950 


1882. 


85,757,433 


2.5,387,751 


111,145,184 


21,700,028 


41,459,730 


8,890,5.38 


. 50,350,208 


10,011,811 


1883.. 


91,588,339 


30,273,157 


121,801,490 


23,102,553 


40,732,476 


10,947,280 


51,079,702 


9,897,785 


1884.. 


80,010,498 


25,962.480 


105,972,978 


20,150,448 


32,828,307 


9,090,814 


41,925,121 


8,001,371 


1885.. 


73,269,618 


26,486,157 


99,755,775 


19,121,254 


30,702,359 


9,329,089 


40,031,448 


7,617,249 


1886.. 


70,658,819 


25,333,318 


95,992,137 


19,427,398 


30,385,797 


8,047,209 


39,(t33,000 


7,817,357 


1887.. 


78,120,679 


26,986,531 
31,025,804 


105,107,210 


22,438,309 


35,766,273 


8,975,077 


44,741,350 


9,318,920 


1888. . 


69,645,824 


100,071,628 


22,187,869 


30,848,116 


8,319,528 


39,167,644 


8,972,740 


18S9. . 


74,475,139 


34,623,057 


109,098,196 


2.3,734,364 


32,219,807 


10,031,382 


42,251,189 


9,450,243 


1890.. 


77,106,286 


34,576,287 


111,682,573 


23,914,134 


33,267,721 


10,009,288 


43,277,009 


9,576,966 


1891.. 


74,536,036 


36,997,918 


111,533,954 


23,393,078 


31,447,660 10,-571,283 


42,018,943 


9,114,272 


1892.., 


69,160,737 


45,999,676 


115,100,413 


20,529,750 


30,831,809 10,231,902 


41,063 711 


9,074,201 


1893 . 


09,873,571 


45,297,259 


115,170,830 


21,154,172 


31,869,207i 10,000,073 


42,529,340 


9,498,747 


1894.. 


62,779,182 


46,291,729 


109,070,911 


19,309,714 


27,493,1001 9,542,803 
23,311.9111 7,747,421 


37,035,963 


8,245,846 


1895.. 


58,557,655 


42,118.236 


100,675,891 


17,872,746 


31,059,332 


7,006,677 


1896 .1 


67,239,759 


38,12i;402 


105,361,161 


20,133,033 


24,300,179 


8,4.58,320 


32,824,505 


7,358,514 


1897.. 


66,220,705 


40,397,062 


106,017,827 


19,844,557 


20,217,422 


9,183,700 


29,401,188 


6,205,367 


1898.. 


74,625,088 


51,082,074 


120,307,162 


21,807,073 


22,550,479 


9,480,982 


32,043,461 


6,649,429 


1899.. 


89,433,172 


59,913,287 


149, 40,459 


25,624,838 


27,521,508 


9,409,815 


36,931,323 


7,328,192 


1900.. 


104,346,795 


68,160,083 


172.500,878 


28,835,349 


31,561,756 


12,718,227 


44,279,983 


8,074,541 



i ST A TISTICA L AND FIX A NCI A L ST A TEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



15 



on Imports for Consumption dutiable and total ; also on Imports for Consumption duti- 
each of the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1900, inclusive. 





Average . 


\D VALOREM RATES OF DUTY. 




Imports from United States. 


Totals. 


Great Britain. 


United States. 
Average Average 






• 


i 


A verage 


Average 


Average 


Average 










ad val. 


ad vol. 


ad val. 


ad val. 


ad val. 


ad val. 








Totals. \oS&,. 


rate of 


rate of 


rate of 


rate of 


rate of 


rate of 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


duty on 


duty on 


duty on 


duty on 


duty on 


duty on 








Duti- 


Total 


Duti- 


Total 


Duti' 


'J'otal 


5 






j 


able Im- 


Im- 


able Im- 


Im- 


able Im- 


Im- 


< 






j 


ports. 


ports. 

. 

p. e. 


ports. 


ports, 
p. c. 


ports. 


ports. 




S 


8 


8 : 8 


\). c. 


p. c. 


p. c. 


p. c. 




10,014,304 


12,645,828 
13,703,6.32 


22,660,1321 


20 161 


13 119 










1868 


7,793,748 


21,497,380' l,56.5,5(Mi 


20 172 


13 118 


■'16 


851 


"is -522 


"26-688 


■■ ■7*283 


1869 


8.698,845 


12,998,392 


21,697,237' 1,700,252 


1:0 -890 


14 -088 


16 


779 


13-420 


19-546 


7-8.36 


1870 


14,085,383 


13,100,203 


27,185,5861 2,290,881 


19-648 


14 021 


16 


436 


13-493 


16-264 


8-427 


1871 


13,271,042 


20,470,953 


33 741,995 2,385,592 


19 071 


12-406 


16 


408 


12-712 


17-976 


7 -070 


1872 


16,678,805 


28,510,305 


45,189,110| 2,945,966 


18-281 


10-439 


15 


583 


10-872 


17-663 


6-519 


1873 


21,103,V)6 


30,6Sl 798 


51,785,154 3,681,014 


18-899 


11-696 


16 


463 


12-824 


17 443 


7 -108 


1874 


22,02.S,665 


26,509,145 


48, .592, 810' 3,853,634 


19-6.50 


13 078 


18 


038 


14-718 


17-498 


7-930 


1875 


21,334,613 


22,758,460 


44,093,073 4,104,484 


21-275 


13-853 


18 


761 


15-007 


19 239 


9-309 


1876 


23,510,846 


25,865,162 


49,376,008: 4.39.3,511 


20 539 


13 292 


19 


375 


16-215 


18-687 


8-898 


1877 


23,464,503 


24,538,371 


48,002,874' 4,790,427 


21-400 


14 -m 


20 


056 


17-303 


20-416 


9-354 


1878 


23,806,551 


18,366,849 


42,173,400: 5,529,151 


23 -.335 


16-334 


20 


542 


17-963 


23-225 


13 -110 


1879 


19,566,507 


8,627,216 


28,193,783' 4,512,415 


26 078 


20-214 


24 


032 


19-956 


23 062 


10 005 


1880 


25,632,313 


10,706,388 


36, .338, 701^ 5,649,152 


25-820 


20 436 


24 


464 


20-457 


22-039 


15 -.546 


1881 


32,941,061 


14,111,874 


47,052,935; 7,073,912 


25-304 


19 524 


24 


148 


19-882 


21 474 


15 034 


1882 


38,652.045 


16,495,198 


55,147,243 8,148,268 


25-290 


19 007 


24 


2<>9 


19 152 


21-081 


14-776 


1883 


35,796,697 


13,989,191 


49,785,888 7,411,946 


25 192 


19 020 


24 


373 


19-085 


20 706 


14-888 


1884 


31,231,947 


14,344,568 


45,576,510: 6,(i24,100 


26-097 


19 -168 


24 


810 


19 -028 


21-209 


14-534 


1885 


29,659,876 


13,159,775 


42,S19,651i 6,76'.t,365 
44,795,9081 7,268,195 


27 495 


20 238 


25 


727 


20 028 


22-823 


15-809 


1886 


30,570,609 


14,225,299 


28-723 


21 348 


26 


055 


20-828 


23-775 


16-225 


1887 


27,097,680 


19,342,616 


46,440,296 


7,109,234 


31-858 


22 039 


29 


087 


22-909 


26-236 


15-308 


1888 


28,982,283 21,047,136 


50,029,419 


7,371,148 


31-869 


21-755 


29 


331 


22-367 


25-433 


14 733 


1889 


30,575,397 20,790,264 


51,365,661 


8.126,625 


31-015 


21-413 


28 


788 


22-129 


26-579 


15-821 


1890 


29,790,402 22,243,075 52,033,477 


7,734.515 


31-386 


20-974 


28 


982 


21-691 


25-963 


14-864 


1891 


29,505,550 22,236,582 


51,742,132 


7,814,559 


29-684 


17-827 


29 


431 

805 


22 098 


26-485 


15-103 


1892 


28,562,050 23,777,746 


52,339,796 


7,636,076 


30-275 


18-308 


29 


22-335 


26-735 


14-589 


1893 


25,823,636 24,922,455 


50,746,091 


6,960,951 


30-854 


17-759 


29 


992 


22 264 


26 956 


13-717 


1894 


25,79\538 24,383,466 


50,179,004 


6,897,395 


30-522 


17 753 


30 


056 


22-559 


26 739 


13-746 


1895 


29,101,646 24,427,744 53,529,390 


7,767,993 


29-i>42 


19-109 


30 


200 


22-418 


26 693 


14-512 


1896 


30, 482, 509 26, 540, 833 57, 023, 342 


8,147,075 


29-967 


18 613 


30 


693 


21 -106 


26 727 


14-287 


1897 


38,063,960 


.36,760,9631 74,824,923, 9,941,624 


29 222 


17 265 


29 


478 


20.751 


26 -118 


13-287 


1898 


44,471,824 


43,995,349! 88,467,173 11,71.3,859 


28-a52 


17-157 


26 


627 


19-842 


26-339 


13-241 


1899 


53,897,501 


48,182,616:102,080,1771 13,491,873 


27.634 


16.715 


25 


583 


18.235 


25.032 


13.217 


1900 



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TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



No. 5. — Statement of the Values of Merchandise Entered for Consumption in Canada, 
the Imports and the Percentages of Imports from Great Britain 



IMPORTS ENTERED FOR 



Years. 



Total Imports. 



Imports from Great Britain. 



Dutiable. 



1868. 

1869 

1870. 

1871 

1872. 

1873. 

1874. 

1875. 

1876. 

1877. 

1878. 

1879. 

1880. 

1881. 

1882. 

1883. 

1884. 

1885. 

1886. 

1887. 

1888 

1889 

1890 

1891 

1892. 

1893 

1894 

1895. 

1896 

1897 

1898. 

1899. 

liKX). 



Free. 



43,655,696 
41,069,342 
45,127,422 
60,094,362 
68,276,157 
71,198,176 
76,232,5301 
78,138,5111 
60,238,297! 
60,916,770' 
59,773,039! 
55,426,836 
54, 182, 967 i 
71,620,725. 
85,757,4331 
91,588,3391 
80,010,498 
73, 269, 618 i 
70,658,8191 
78,120,6791 
69,645,824 
74,475,139' 
77,106,286, 
74,536,036 
69,160,7371 
69,873,571! 
62,779,182; 
58,557,655 
67,239,759, 
66,220,765' 
74,625,088! 
89,433,172! 
104,346,7951 



Totals. 



Dutiable. 



23,434,463 

22,085,599 
21,774,652 
24,120,026 
36,679,210 
.53,310,953 
46,948,357 
39,270,057 
32,274,810 
33,209,624 
30,622,812 
23,275,683 
15,717,575 
18,867,604 
25,887,751 
30,273,157 
25,962,480 
26,486,157 
25,333,318 
26,986,5311 
31,025,804! 
34,623,057 
34, .576. 287 1 
36,997,918 
45,999,6761 
45,297,2591 
46,291,729' 
42,118,236' 
38, 121, 402 i 
40,397,062! 
51,682,074' 
59,913,287 
68,160,083 



67,090,159 

63,154,941 

66,902,074 

84,214,388 

104,955,367 

124,509,129 

123,180,8871 

117,408,568! 

92,513,1071 

94,126,394! 

90,395,8511 

78,702,519! 

69,900,542 

90, 488, 329 1 

111,145,184 

121.861,496 

105,972,978 

99,755,775 

95,992,1.37 

10.5,107,210 

100,671,628 

109,098,196! 

111,682,573 

111,533,954 

115,160,413 

115,170,830 

109,070,911 

100,675,891 

105,361,161 

106,617,827 

126,307,162 

149,346,459 

172,506,878 



28,284,194 
28,483,645 
30,022,948 
39,815,550 
48,197,337! 
47,443,203 
47,789,220j 
49,239,119! 
32,385,482 
32,916,776! 
32,139,783! 
27,075,637! 
28,038,1181 
35,860,461! 
41, 459. 730 ! 
40,732,476 
32,828,307! 
30,702,359 
30,385,797; 
35, 766, 273 1 
30,848,116! 
32,219,8071 
33,267,7211 
31,447,6601 
30, 831, 809 1 
31,869,2671 
27,493,160! 
23,311,911 
24,366,179 
20,217,422 
22,556,479 
27,521,508 
31,561,756 



Free. 



Totals. 



® I 

9,333,1311 
7,013,119| 
7,514,1471 

8,682,652' 

14,011,917 

20,553,742 

13,558,530 

11,107,948 

8,100,578 

6,414,845 

5,112,986 

3,892,223 

5,726,321 

7,024,681 

8,896,538 

10,947,286 

9,096,814 

9,329,089 

8,647,209 

8,975,077 

8,319,528 

10,031,382 

10,009,288 

10,571,283 

10,231,902: 

10,660,0731 

9,542,803 

7,747,421 

8,458,326 

9,183,766 

9,486,982 

9,409,815 

12,718,227 



37,617,325 
35,496,764 
37,537,095 
48,498,202 
62,209,254 
67,996,945 
61,347,750 
60,347,067 
40,486,060 
39.33i;621 
37,252,769 
30,967,860 
33,764,439 
42,885,142 
50,356,268 
51,679,762 
41,925,121 
40,031,448 
39,033,006 
44,741,350 
39,167,644 
42,251,189 
43,277,009 
42,018,943 
41,063,711 
42,529,340 
37,035,963 
31,059,332 
32,824,505 
29,401,188 
32,043,461 
36,931,323 
44,279,983 



STATISTICAL AND FIXANCIAL STATEMENTS. 



17 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1900, inclusive showing in each case 
and tlie United States, respectively. 

CONSUMPTION, MERCHANDISE ONLY. 



Imports from United States. 


Percentages of Imports from 






Great Britain. 


United States. 


Years. 








o!3 


1 


%si 


Dutiable to 
Total Dutiable 


3 


il^l 




Dutiable. 1 Free. 

1 


Totals. 


Dutiable t 
Total Dutia^ 


Free to To 
Free. 


Total Impo 
G. Britain 
Total Impo 


Free to To 
Free. 


Total Impo 
U. States 
Total Imix) 






S 8 


% 


p.c. 


p.c. 


p.c. 


p.c. 


p c. 


.... 




10,014,304 12,645,828 


22,660,132 


64 -78 


39 


82 


56 


06 


22-93 


53-96 


33-77 


1868. 




7,793,748 13,703,032 


21,497,380 


69-35 


31 


75 


56 


20 


18-97 


62-04 


.34-03 


1809. 




8,fi08,845 12,998,392 


21,697,237 


66-52 


34 


50 


.50 


10 


19 27 


59 69 


32-43 


1870. 




14,085,383 13,100,203 


27,185,586 


66-25 


35 


99 


57 


58 


23-43 


54-31 


32-28 


1871. 




1.3,271,042 20,470,953 


.33 741,995 


70-59 


38 


20 


59 


27 


19-43 


55-81 


32 14 


1872. 




16,678,805 28,510,305 


45,189,110 


66-63 


.38 


55 


.54 


61 


23 42 


53-47 


36-29 


1873. 




21,103,.356' 30,681,798 


51,785,154 


62-68 


28 


87 


49 


80 


27-68 


65-35 


42 03 


1874. 




22,023,6651 26,569,145 


48,592,810 


03 01 


28 


28 


51 


39 


28- 18 


67-65 


41-38 


1875. 




21,334,013 22,758,460 


44,093,073 


53-70 


25 


09 


43 


76 


35-41 


70-51 


47-66 


1870. 




23,510,846, 25,865,102 


49,376,008 


54-03 


19 


31 


41 


78 


38-59 


77-88 


52-45 


1877. 




23,464,503 24,538,371 


48,002,874 


53-70 


16 


69 


41 


21 


39-25 


8<^ 13 


53-10 


1878. 




23,806,551! 18,306,849 


42,173,400 


48-84 


16 


72 


39 


U 


42 95 


78-91 


.53-58 


1879. 




19,560,5071 8,027.210 


2><,193,783 


.51 74 


36 


43 


48 


30 


36-11 


54 -8S 


40-33 


18S0. 




25,632,313; 10,706,388 


36,338,701 


50 -00 


37 


23 


47 


39 


.35-78 


56-74 


40 15 


1881. 




32,941,001! 14,111,874 


47,052,935 


48-34 


35 


04 


45 


30 


38-41 


55-58 


42 3,-i 


1882. 




38,052,045; 10,495,198 


5.5,147,243 


44-47 


36 


16 


42 


40 


42 20 


54-48 


45-25 


1883. 




35,79(;,097i 13,989,191 


49,785,888 


41 02 


35 


03 


.39 


56 


44-74 


53-88 


46-97 


1884. 




31, 231, 947 1 14,344 563 


45,576.510 


41 90 


.35 


22 


40 


12 


42-62 


5412 


45-68 


1885. 




29,659,8761 13,159,775 


42,819,651 


43-00 


34 


13 


40 


60 


41 97 


51 94 


44-60 


1886. 




30,570,609; 14,225,299 


44,795,908 


45-78 


33 


25 


42 


56 


39-13 


52 71 


42-61 


1887. 




27,097,080i 19,342,616 


46,440,2% 


44 29 


26 


81 


38 


90 


38-90 


62 34 


46 -13 


1888. 




28,982,2831 21,047,136 


50,029,419 


43 20 


28 


97 


38 


73 


3S 91 


60-79 


45-86 


1889. 




30,575,3971 20,790,204 


51,305,001 


43 15 


28 


95 


38 


75 


39 65 


60-13 


45-99 


1890. 




29,790,402 22,243,075 


52,033,477 


4219 


28 


57 


37 


67 


39 97 


60 12 


46-65 


1891. 




29,505,550 22,236,582 


51,742,132 


44-58 


22 


24 


35 


60 


42-66 


48-34 


44-90 


1892. 




28,562,050! 23,777,746 


52,.339,796 


45-61 


23 


53 


36 


92 


40-88 


52-49 


45-44 


1893. 




25,823,636 24,922,455 


50,746,091 


43-79 


20 


61 


33 


96 


41-13 


53-84 


46-52 


1894. 




25,795,538 24,383,466 


50,179,004 


39 81 


18 


39 


30 


85 


44-05 


57-79 


49-84 


1895. 




29,101,646 


24,427,744 


53,529,390 


30-24 


22 


19 


31 


15 


43-28 


64-07 


50-80 


1896. 




30,482,509 


20,540,833 


57,023,342 


30-53 


22 


73 


27 


5S 


46-03 


65-69 


53-48 


1897. 




38,063,960 


30,700,963 


74,824,923 


30-23 


18 


35 


25 


36 


51 -00 


71 13 


.59-24 


1898. 




44,471,8-M 


4.3,995,349 


88,467,173 


30-77 


15 


70 


24 


72 


49-73 


73-43 


59-24 


1899. 




5.3,897,501 


48,182,616 


102,080,177 


30-25 


18-66 


25-66 


51-65 


70-69 


59 17 


1900. 





10— i 



18 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

;N^o. 6. — Statement of the Values of Merchandise Exported from Canada during the 

and Percentages of Exports to Great 

EXPORTS, MER 



Years. 



186^ 
18(30 
1870 
1871 
1872 
1873 
1874 
1875 
1S76 
1877 
1878 
1879 
1880 
1881 
1882 
1883 
1884 
1885 
1886 
1887 
1888 
1889 
1800 
1891 
1892 
1893 
1804 
1895 
1896 
1897 
1898 
1890 
1000 



Total Exports. 



*Honie 
Produce. 



45,543,177 

49,323,304 

56,081,192 

55,181,356 

62,944,027 

73.245,606 

73,926,748 

67,490,893 

69,861,849 

65.864,880 

65,740,134 

60,089,578 

70,096,191 

80,921,379 

90,042,711 

84,285,707 

77,132,079 

76,183,518 

74,975,506 

77,964,020 

78,297,750 

77,201,804 

82,335,514 

85,757,744 

95,684,253 

102,006,490 

100,586,853 

90,528,351 

106,378,752 

119,685,410 

139,920,932 

132,801,262 

163,510,790 



Foreign 
Produce. 



Totals. 



4,196,821 
3,855,801 
6,527,622! 
9,853,244 

12, 798, 182 i 
9,405,910 

10,614,096 
7, 137, 319 1 
7,234,961! 
7,111,108; 

11,164,878' 
8,355,644 

13,240,006! 

13, 375. 117 1 
7,628,453 
9,751,773 
9,389,106! 
8,079,646 
7,438,079 
8, 549, 333 1 
8,803,394! 
6,938,455 
9,051,7811 
8,798,631 

13,121,791 
8,941,856 

11,833,805 
6,485,043 
6,606,738 

10,825,163 

14,980,883 

17,520,088 

14,265,254 



49,739,998 

53,179,105 

62,608,814 

65,034,600 

75,742,209 

82,651,516 

84,540,844 

74,628,212 

77,096,810 

72,975,988 

76,905,012 

68,445,222 

83,336,197 

94,296,496 

97,671,164 

94,037,480 

86,521,185 

84,263,164 

82,413,585 

86,513,353 

87,101,144 

84,140,259 

91,387,295 

94,556,375 

108,806,044 

110,948,346 

112,420,658 

106,013,394 

112,985,490 

130,510,573 

154,901,815 

150,321,350 

177,776,044 



Exports to Great Britain. 



Home ; Foreign 
Produce. Produce. 



17,905,808 
20,486,389 
22,512,991 
21,733,556! 
25,223,785! 
31,402,234 
35,769,190 
34,199,134 
34,379,005 
35,491,671! 
35,861,1101 
29,393,4241 
35,208,0311 
42,637,219' 
39,816,8131 
39,538,067 
37,410,870 
36,479,051 
36,694,263 
38,714,331 
33,648,284 
33,504,281 
41,499,149 
43,243,784 
54,949,055 
58,409,606 
60,878,056 
57,903,564 
62,717,9411 
69,533,852, 
93,065,019 
85,113,681 
96,562,875 



7,257,277 

9,105,400 

5,782,857 

6,303,459 

6,035,619 

10,056,583 

6,873,695 

10,606,095 

11,110,151 

5,457,117 

7,473,113 

6,324,767 

5,392,940 

4,846,041 

5,856,981 

6,436,700 

4,583,770 

6,854,5i5 

6,037,074 

9,957,494 

5,670,887 

7,660,800 

3,953,426 

3,971,312 

7,693,650 

11,933,799 

13,973,300 

11.173,003 



Totals. 



38,659,511 
44,874,590 
30,081,991 
40,682,464 
41,527,290 
45,917,693 
36,267,119 
45,814,126 
53,747,370 
45,273,930 
47,011,180 
43,735,637 
41,871,991 
41,540,304 
44,571,312 
40,084,984 
38,088,051 
48,353,694 
49,280,858 
64,906,549 
64,080,493 
68,538,856 
61,856,990 
66,689,253 
77,227,502 

104,998,818 
99,086,981 

107,735,968 



* Estimated amount short reported not included, 
t Figures not available. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 19 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1868 to 1900, inclusive, showing in each case the Exports 
Britain and the United States, respectively. 

CHANDISE ONLY. 



Exports to United States. 




Percentages 


OF Exports. 










Foreign 


Totals. 


)me Produce to 1 

Total 
ome Produce. ^ 


eat Britain. 


United States. 




*Home 


roduce 

:,al 

roduce 




duceto 

1 

aduce. 


reign Produce 

to Total 
reign Produce 


III 


Years. 


Produce. 


Prod vice. 




reign P 

to Tol 

reign P 


otal Ex] 
eat Bril 
otal Ex] 


1 s 


otal Ex] 
lited Sti 
otal Ex 










a w 


o o 


^i 


H 


p. C. 


p.p. 


H^H 




S 


8 


S 


p. c. 


p.C. 


p- 


p.C. 




22,387,840 






39-31 






49 


15 




II868 


23,640,188 






41-53 






47 


92 






1869 


27,398,930 


f 


t 


40 -14 


t 


t 


48 


85 


t 


+ 


1870 


20,715,090 






39-38 






48 


41 






1871 


29,984,440 






40-07 






47 


63 




11872 


33,421,725 


1,517,871 


34,939,590 


42-87 


77-15 


46 


77 


45 


62 


16 13 


42 


27 11873 


30,380,550 


1,18.3,194 


31,503,750 


48-38 


85-78 


53 


08 


41 


09 


n-15 


37 


33 1874 


25,083,818 


1,020,307 


20,704,125 


50 07 


81-02 


53 


57 


38 


05 


14-29 


35 


78 '1875 


27,451,150 


053,701 


28,104,851 


49-21 


87-12 


52 


76 


39 


29 


9-03 


3«> 


45 1876 


22,100,000 


758,513 


22,919,179 


53-88 


84-87 


56 


90 


33 


64 


10-66 


31 


40 1877 


22,131,343 


719,090 


22,850,439 


54-55 


90-07 


59 


70 


33 


m 


6-44 


29 


71 1878 


23,149,909 


1,007,218 


24,157,127 


48-91 


82-20 


52 


98 


38 


52 


12-05 


35 


29 1879 


20,762,705 


2,043,879 


28,800,584 


50-22 


80-10 


54 


97 


38 


18 


15-43 


34 


56 ,1880 


31,015,109 


1,803,989 


32,879,098 


52-09 


83 -00 


56 


99 


38 


32 


13 93 


34 


86 ' 


1881 


41,087,038 


1,787,505 


43,475,203 


44.21 


71-53 


4() 


35 


46 


29 


23-43 


44 


51 


1882 


30,090,501 


1,657,935 


37,754,430 


40-90 


70 -o;^ 


49 


99 


42 


82 


1700 


40 


15 


1883 


.31,031,022 


2,324,197 


33,955,819 


48 -.50 


07-30 


50 


54 


41 


09 


24-75 


39 


24 '1884 


32,018,593 


2,104,058 


34,783,251 


47-88 


60-74 


49 


69 


42 


81 


26-79 


41 


27 ,1885 


31,503,292 


2,244,179 


33,747,471 


48 94 


65 15 


50 


40 


42 


01 


30-17 


40 


94 


188() 


32,273,033 


2,385,242 


34,658,275 


49 05 


68-50 


51 


51 


41 


39 


27-89 


40 


00 


1887 


37,323,101 


2,147,048 


39,470,209 


42-97 


73-11 


46 


02 


47 


67 


24-38 


45 


31 


1888 


30,449,288 


2,041,283 


38,490,571 


43 39 


66-06 


45 


27 


47 


21 


29-41 


45 


73 


1889 


33,291,207 


1,809,749 


35, 100, 95(5 


50-40 


75-72 


52 


91 


40 


43 


20-65 


38 


47 


1890 


34,829,430 


2,451,130 


37,280,-572 


50-42 


68 01 


52 


12 


40 


61 


27-85 


39 


43 


1891 


31,317,857 


2,512,839 


33,830,090 


57-42 


75-80 


59 


65 


32 


73 


19-15 


31 


09 


1892 


33,813,802 


2,493,202 


36,307,004 


57-20 


63-41 


57 


76 


33 


15 


27-88 


32 


73 


1893 


29,297,598 


1,408,051 


30,705,049 


00-53 


64 73 


()0 


96 


29 


13 


11-89 


27 


31 


1894 


32,303,773 


1,800,794 


34,104,507 


58 18 


60-90 


58 


35 


32 


4() 


28-69 


32 


22 


1895 


34,400,428 


1,900,740 


30,421,108 


58-95 


00-11 


59 


02 


32 


39 


29 67 


32 


23 


189() 


39,717,057 


2,210,735 


41,933,792 


58-09 


71-07 


59 


17 


33 


19 


20-47 


32 


13 


1897 


34,301,795 


2,092,712 


30,454,507 


06 -.51 


79 -00 


67 


78 


24 


•56 


13-96 


23 


53 


1898 


34,700,955 


1,79.5,885 


30,502,840 


64-09 


79-76 


65 


92 


26 


18 


10-25 


24 


32 


1899 


52,534,977 


1,906,417 


54,501,394 


59-06 


78-32 


60 


60 


32 


13 


13-78 


30 


00 


1900 



10— i_2J. 



20 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

Xo 7 Statement of the Values of Goods Imported for Home Consumption into the 

30, 1896 to 



1 


Countries. 


189B. 


Totals. 


1897. 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Dutiable. 1 


Free. 1 Totals. 


I 


British Empire. 

Great Britain 

British Africa 

„ Australasia 

„ East Indies .. 

II Guiana 

I. West Indies 


24,300,179 

96 

26,586 

111,038 

181,155 

888,435 

1,690 

3,536 


-S 

8,458,326 

74,925 

186,9501 

246,478 

2.34: 

115.920 

2,111 

546.891 

2,602 


S 

.32,821,505 

75,021 

213,53. 

357,516 

181,389 

1,004,355| 

3,801 

550,427,' 

2,602: 


20,217,4221 

i 


9,183,766 

27,273 

126,398 

400,264 

228 

121,323 

1,509 

422,091 


3 

29,401,188 
27,273 


3 
4 
5 


20,547 

16,530 

104,353! 

973,3311 

1,341 

5,137 


146,945 

416,794 

104,581 

1,094,654 


7 


TTonc TCoTif?" 


2,850 


8 
q 


Newfoundland 

All other 


427,228 




1 

Totals, British Empire 

Foreiffn Countries. 
Arabia. 


1 






25,578,715 
28 


9,634,437 


35,213,152 


21,338,661| 


10,282,852 


31,621,513 


10 


10.847 
936 
11,036 
84,065 
113,063 
30,219^ 


10,875 


1 


9.287 

19,902 

.5,184 

259,609 

188,428 

28,933 

100 

069,033 

8.593 

12,571 

1,980 

341,167 

140 

437,681 

^390 


9,287 


11 


936: 


1 


19,902 


12 
13 
14 
15 


Austria 

Belgium 

Brazil 


192,677 
836,693 

2 


203,713 

920,7581 

113,065 

30,219 


428,4181 

904,023 

40,984 

411 


433,602 

1,163.632 

229,412 

29,344 


Ifi 


Chili 

China 

Denmark 

Dutch East Indies . 

Egypt 


338^878 

1,294 

314,382 

2,518 

2,487,133 

229 

5,118,245 

92,134 

281 


100 


17 
18 
19 
20 
*>! 


688,779 

11,611 

1,907 

323,729 

813,214 



2,648 


1,027,657 

12,905 

316,289 

2,518 

2,810,862 

229 

5,9.31,4.59 

92,134 

2,929 


393,511 

2,394 

727.423 

177,710 

2.260,184 

83 

0,055,087 

102,362 

512 


1,062,544 

10,987 

739,994 

179,690 

2,601,351 


22 
23 
24 
25 


French Possessions in Africa 

Germany 

Greece 

Hawaii 

Hayti . .... 


223 

6,493,368 

102,362 

8,902 




27 
28 
29 
30 
31 

^9 


Holland 

Iceland 

Italy 

Jax)an 

INIadeira 


202,836 

200',638 

259,989 

291 

216 

30,561 

515 

1,026 


97,016 

182 

30,279 

1,383,672 

13,880 
5,589 


299,852 

182 

230,917 

1,643,661 

291 

14,096 

45,150 

515 

1,026 


256,773 

182;863 

208,070 

91 

606 

41,777 


il9,336| 376,109 

784! 784 

42,0221 224,885 

1,125,795 1,333,865 

I 91 

8,1051 8.711 


33 
31 


Norvyay and Sweden 

Persia. 

Peru 

* T*h 1 1 1 uni n P'n 


6,386 


48,163 


35 
36 




28,888 




28,888 


37 
38 
39 
40 
41 


Portugal 

Russia 

St. Pierre 

Spain 

Spanish Possessions 


1 46,5n3 

i 9 921 

; i;324 

.346.208 

784;536 

326,231 

140,478 

29,101,646 

657 

9,35c 

757 

237 

I 810,54; 

2( 


33 

12,984 

2,283 

15,570 

80,203 

5,889 

3,160 

24,427,744 

266,270 

" " 1,955 

4,381 

) 39,627 

) 4,194 


46,596 

15,905 

3,007 

361, 7"8 

864,739 

332,120 

143,638 

53,529,390 

266,927 

9,355 

2,712 

4,618 

850,172 

4,214 


45,300 

9,890 

1,480 

377,262 

1,241,889 


292 

6,045 

1 1,998 

9,270 

1 552 


45,592 

1.5,935 

3,478 

386,532 

1 1.242,441 


49 




221,848! 325! 222.173 


43 
44 
45 
46 
47 
4S 
4^ 
5C 


Turkey 

United States 

Venezuela 

West Indies, Danish 

Dutch 

M French 

.. Porto Rico and Cubs 
) All other 

Totals, Foreign Countries.. . 

Totals 

Coin and bullion Great Britain 


1 132,871 

! 30,482,509 

240 

7,539 

221 

15C 

546, 42C 

1,70^ 


1 6,0.2 

1 26,540,833 

237,127 

9(j 

1,011 

5,42,^ 

11,796 

4 


138,833 

57,023,342 

237,367 

7,635 

! 1,232 

i 5,579 

' 558,216 

1,713 




41,661,04^ 


I 28,486,96c 


70,148,001 


) 44,882,10^ 


[ 30,114,21C 


) 74,996,314 




67,239,751 


) 38,121,402 


5 105,361,161 


66,220,76^ 


) 40,397,062 


I 106,617,827 






155,237 
5,044,63^ 


1.55,237 
I 5,044,63^ 
i 26,44^ 


i 


11,00( 

4,625,691 

39,49^ 


) 11,000 




.1 ' United States. . 




) 4,625,699 




1 M Other Countries 
Totals . .... 


■| 


1 26,44^ 


) 39,495 






5,226,311 


) 5,226,311 


) 


4,676,19^ 


l\ 4,676,194 




Grand totals 








67,239,75 


) 43,347,721 


L 110,587,48( 


) 66,220,76. 


3 45,073,25< 


5 111,294,021 



'Included with ' Spanish Possessions ' prior to 1900. 



i STATISTICAL AXD FIXAXCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



21 



Doniinion of Canada from the following Countries during the Fiscal Years ended June 
1900, inclusive. 





1898. 






1899. 






1900. 






Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Totals. 




S 


•S 


S 


S 


•S 


8 


S 


1 s 


S 




22,556,479 


9,486,9821 


32,043,461 


27,521,508 


9,409,815 


36,931,323 


31,561,756 


1 12,718,227 


44,279,983 


1 


2,201 


131,328' 


133,529 


394 


98.518 


98,912 


205 


' 87,700 


87,905 


2 


35,377 


113,728 


149,105 


308, 35<- 


85,816 


394,166 


349,692 


211,192 


560,884 


3 


91,142 


455,8.50 


546,992 


109,301 


706,058 


815,3.59 


88,367 


1,220,280 


1,309,761 


4 


53,480 


168 


53,648 


34,349 




34,:M9 


67,386 


274 


67,660 


b 


548,795 


111,060 


659,855 


782,499 


164,910 


947,409 


654,909 


146,704 


800,499 


(5 


3,313 


3 


3,316 


9,633 


512 


10,145 


115,339 


2,280 


117,(519 


< 


3,989 


419,052; 


423,041 


5,405 


488,521 


493,926 


12,303 


(]25,141 


637,444 


8 


540 


3,010, 


3,550 


761 


3,751 


4,512 


172 


1,095 


1,267 


9 


23,295,310 


10,721,181 
16,3!i4 


34,016,497 
16,364 


28,772,200 


10,957,901 


39,730,101 


32,850,lfi9 


15,012,893 


47,863,022 








10,703 


10,703 


517 


5,416 


5,933 


10 


'68,500 


580, 146 


648,952 




782,904 


782,904 


(>3 


571,206 


571,2(39 


11 


244,511 


3,444 


247,955 


269,252 


6,631 


275,883 


222,103 


5,991 


228.094 


12 


1,123,848 


106,262 


1,230,110 


2,223,479 


9.5,244 


2,318,723 


3,092,514 


131,4('4 


.3.223,918 


13 


251 


1()6,084 


166,335 




102,294 


102,2f)4 




231, 35; ; 


231,358 


14 


2,572 


2 2.3*^ 


4,804 




34,550 


34,550 




48,112 


48,112 


15 




40.186 


40,186 




38,97() 


38,976 




28,185 


28,185 


1(5 


402,298 


476; 319 


878,617 


366,192 


385,198 


751, 3iK) 


21(5,998 


412,731 


621 », 729 


17 


535 
90,2ti 


3,768 


4,303 


308 


1,974 


2,282 


(586 


13,498 


14,184 


18 


9,385 


!)9,681 


147,664 


4,900 


152,5(54 


13,921 


9,638 


23,601 


19 


5,032 


17 


5,049 


5,188 


74 


5,262 


4,59^ 




4.598 


20 


3,2<)1,213 


683,817 


3,975 030 


3,341,369 


547.926 


3,889,295 


3,503,601; 


864,(537 


4,368,246 


21 


187 


627^ 


814 


455 


2,702 


3,1.57 


42f 




425 




5,151,710 


, 432,304 


5,584,014 


6,669,099 


723,007 


7,392,106 


7,465,44: 


918,051 


8,383,498 


23 


167,144 




167,144 


182,984 




182,984 


203,905 


983 


204,888 


24 


862 


3,2i5 


4,077 


798 


6,675 
14 


7 473 




2,414 


2,414 


25 




10 


10 




14 








2(5 


250, 3i 3 


123,734 


374,047 


317,529 


182,864 


500,393 


399,266 


1 80,31 (5 


579.582 


27 










1 193 


1 193 




1,073 


1,(>73 


28 


224,071 


197,187 


421,2.58 


283,057 


112,542 


395;599 


115,071 


29,501^ 


144,573 


29 


264,746 



1,174,608; 


1,439,354 


474,266 

35 

3,7:^1 


1,543,841 
■ ' ' 41,162 


2,018,107 
35 

44,898 


449,991 


1,301,424 


1,751,415 


m 

31 


1,980 


9,738 


11,718 


4,924 


51.294 


.5(5,218 


32 


4(i.082 


9,24Gj 


55,328 


34,971 


^ 3,841 


38,812 


58,951 


673 


59,(324 


;i3 


4,474 


1 


4,474 


8,773 


■1 


8,773 
86,135 


5,611 




5,611 


34 


423,558 


25' 


423,583 


86,110 


2.5 


i73 


173 


35 














13,255 
(58,321 




13,255 


3(5 


43, .552 


3,767 


47,319 


59,195 


4,i6i 


63,296 


4,4(54 


72,785 


37 


6,102 


10,200 


16,302 


6,758 


157,223 


163.981 


15,804 


8,855 


24,(559 


38 


1,867 


2,288 


4,155 


1,813 


3,8!54 


5,677 


l,^08 


4,145 


5,9.53 


39 


477,126 


11,661 


488,787 


527,508 


6,974 


534,482 


551,704 


8,9i)7 


560,701 40 


85,377 




85 377 


88,122 
5(50,220 


751 


88,873 
568,768 






41 


347,350 


2,328 


349,678 


8,548 


517,305 


11,871 


529,176 42 


160,923 


7.3.n 


168,284 


1.3i>,388 


6,221 


142,(509 


163, 55() 


1,354 


1(54,910 43 


38,063,960 


36,7()0,963 


74,824,923 


44,471,824 


43,995,349 


88,4(57,173 


53,897,561 


48,182,616 


102,080,177 44 


80 


90,772 


90,852 


542 


122,769 


123,311 


688 


67,603 


68,291 45 


14,340 


64! 


14,404 


8,175 


462 


8,637 


50 


1,079 


1.129 46 


41 


1 


41 


l.s,596 


1,990 


20,586 


2,279 


11,7.7 


13,984 47 


242 


2,554 


2,796 


25 


2,577 


2,602 








48 


364,583 


27,820 


392,403 


366,423 


7,792 


374,215 


501,903 


14,26i 


516,164 


49 


40 


2,097 


2,137 


118 


7,525 


7,643 


3,832 


22,119 


25,951 


.50 


51,329,772 


40,960,893 


92,2<)0,665 


60,(560,972 


48,955,386 


109,616,358 
149,346,4:" 9 


71,49(5,666 


53,147,190 


124,643,856 

172,506,878 

509,747 




74,625,088 


51,682,074 


126,307,162 


89,433,172 


59,913,287 


104,346,795 


68,160,08r 






457,45<)' 


457,456 




128,800 


128,800 




509,747 






3,880, ('>67 


3,880,667 




4,539,993 


4,539,993 




7,7(34,201 


7,764,201 






52,721 


52,721 




36,341 


36,341 




23,490 


23,490 






4,390,844 
56,072,918 


4,390,844 
130,698,006 




4,705,134 


4,705,134 




8,297,438 


8,297,4:38 










74,625,088 


89,433,172 


64,618,421 


154,051,593 


104,346,795 


76,457,521 


180,804,316 





22 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 190t 

No. 8. — Statement of the Values of Goods Imported into the Dominion of Canada 

1900, 



Countries. 



British Enipire. 

Great Britain 

British Africa 

n Australasia 

It l^ast Indies. . . . 

1! Guiana 

II West Indies. . . . 

Hong Kong 

Newfoundland 

All other 



10 

11 

12 

13 

14 

15 

16 

17; 

18 1 

19 

20! 

21 

22 

23 

24! 

25! 

26 

27' 

28| 

'^i 

30 

3l! 

32. 

331 

34 

35, 

36' 

371 

381 

39 

40| 

41i 

42| 

43 

44 



Totals, British Empire. . . 

Foreign Countries. 

Argentine Republic . . 

Austria 

Belgium .... 

Brazil 

Central American States 

Chili 

China 

Denmark 

Dutch East Indies 

Egypt 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hawaii. 

Holland 

Italy 

Japan 

Mexico 

Norway and Sweden 

Peru 

•^Philippines 

Portugal 

Russia 

St. Pierre 

Spain 

Spanish Possessions 

Switzerland . . . 

Turkey 

I Inited States 

Venezuela 

West Indies, Danish 

Dutch 

II French . 

II Porto Rico & Cuba, 
All other 



1896. 



Dutiable 



Free. 



Totals. 



1897. 



Dutiable. 



24,576,345 

96 

27,613 { 

114,4861 

193,797! 

1,061,2681 

1,631 1 

3,976 



,425,652: 
74,925 

180,070j 

244,610, 

234 1 

114,9101 

2,1111 
.546,891 

2,602 



S I S 

33,001,9971 20,190,468 

75,0211 

213,683 
359,096 



Free. 



194,031 



25,979,212 9,598,005 



193,601 
843,39] 



1,176,178 

3,742 

550,867 

2,602 



35,577,217 



11,036 

84,066 

113,063 

30,219 



Totals, Foreign Countries. 
Totals 



342,071 

1,296 

406,9.56 

1,627 . 

2,460,850 

5,640,888 

99,473 . 

191 

201,662; 

405,495' 

264,630! 

129 

47,520! 

1,026 



688,527 

11,611 

1,907 



936 

204,637 

927,457 

113,065 

30,219 



22,228 

17,422 

102,472 

936,616 

1,341 

5,967 



21,276,514 



437,558 

928,565 

37,613 

411 



9,138,108 

27,273 

125,672 

400,141 

228 

120,873 

1,509 

422,091 



10,235,895 



19,902 

5,184 

260,876 

188,428 

28,933 



321,843 
813,817 



2,648 

95,589 

.30,279 

1,383,602 

13,783 

5,589 



46.503 

2,921 I 

79,450 

331,440! 

1,163,117! 

330,593: 

352,835! 

34,415,039 

6571 

17,510 

8,448; 

237! 

620,342 

828. 



12,984 

2,283 

15,500 

80,203 

5,874 

3,160 

24,875,127 

266,270 



1,80S 

4,381 

35,916 

15,223 



48,280,728i 28,927,244 



74,259,940! 38,525,249 



Coin and bullion :— 
Great Britain . . . 
United States 
Other Countries. 



Totals 

Grand totals . 



74,259,940 



155,2.37 

5,044,634 

26,448 



1,030,598 

12,907 

408,863 

1,627 

2,782,693 

6,454,705 

99,473 

2,839 

297,251 

-135,774 

1,648,232 

13,912 

53,109 

1,026 



378,9801 

2.370; 

659,296! 



667,224 

8,593 

12,571 



Totals 



29,328,57& 

27,273 

147, IKK) 

417,563 

102,700 

1,057.489 

2,850 

428,058 



31,512,409 



19,902 

442,742 

1,189,441 

226,041 

29,344 



46,503 

15,905 

81,733 

346,940 

1,243,320 

336,4671 

355,995 

59,290,166 

26(),927 

17,510 

10,2.56 

4,618 

656,258 

16,051 



2,169,529 

5,329,4721 

93, 094 j 

571 

2.50,160 

331,678 

204,307 

714 

36,789 

106,816 

38;i63 

10.285 

1.56,299 

376,994 

8.54,744! 

221,720 

126,489 

39,534,792 

240 

12,000 



337,599 
456,074 

8,358 

123,319 

42,022 

1,125,673 

12,926 

6,386 



183 

526,992 

5,252 



77,207,972 52,832,076 



112,785,189, 74,108,-590 



15\237i 

5,044,634; 

26,448 



5,226,319 



43,751,568 



5,226,319: 



118,011,508; 74,108,590 



292 

6,045 

1,998 

"^,853 

552 

325 

6,012 

26,605,825 

237,12' 

96 

1,011 

.5,423 

8,008 

12,295 



30,197,930 
40,433,825 



11,000 

4,625,699 

39,49(^ 



1,046,204 

10,963 

671,867 

2,507,i28 

5,785,546 

93,094 

^929 

373,479 

373,700 

1,329,980 

13,640 

43,175 

106,816 

38,455 
16,330 

158,297 

385,847 

855,296 

222,045 

132, .501 

€6,140,617 

237,367 

12.096 

1,011 

5,606 

535,000 

17,547 

83,030,006 



114,542,415 



11,(K)0 

4,62.5,699 

39,495 



4,676,194! 4,676,194 



45,110,019 119,218,609 



*Included with ' Spanish Po.ssessions ' prior to 1900. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 23 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

from the following Countries during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1896 to 
inclusive. 



#1898. 



Dutiable . Free . 



Totals. 



1899. 



Dutiable 



S 

22.969 

2, 

39, 

101, 

62, 

569, 

3, 

4, 



23.752,912 



9,438, 
131. 
114; 
455, 

' ' 110^ 

4J9, 
*'3. 



830 
328 
040 
320 

700 

3 

052 

010 



32,408,551 1 
133,.529 
153,712 

556,523; 

62,588; 

680,042 

3,316 
423,277 

3,658 



27,450,325 

394 

477,591 

114,633 

46,576 

741,563 

9,633 

6,482 

751 



10,672,283 34,425,195 28,847,948 



68,506 

271,541 

1,343,935 

127 

2,5721 

' 406, 429 i 

(>241 

241,934 

5,665 

3,408,200 

5,332,509 

168,586 

1,095 

292,038 

319,075 

283,715 

4,947 

43,801 

350,875 



I 
580, 44() 

3,326 
106,2()2; 
166,084 

2,232! 



47,875 

7,887 

102,945 

486,448 

158, 6S4 

349,786 

146,171 

46,096,995 

80 

14,379 

535 

362 

424,711 

5,160 



()0, 388, 192 



84,141,104 



84,141,104 



40,186; 

476,105! 

3,768i 

*»,385 

3 

682,306 

431,275 

123,731 

197,175 

1,174,518 

9,73s 

9,246 

25 



3,767 
10,200 

2,288 
11,219 

2^312 

7,361 

3(5,923,040 

90,772 
(54 

2,554 
27,121 

19,098 



41,118,822 
51,791,105 



648,952 

274,867 

1,450,197 

166,211' 

4,8041 

40,186 

88>,534 

4,392 

251,319 

5,668 

4,090,506 

5,763,784 

168,586 

4,310 

415,769 

516 250 

1,458,233 

14,6S5 

53,047 

350,900 

51^642 

18,087' 

105,233 

497,6(57 

158.(584 

352,098 

153,532 

83,020,035 

90,852 

14,443 

535 

2,916 

451,832 

24,2.58 



Free. 



9,366,340 

98,518 

85,359 

706,0.58 

"164,842 

512 

488,521 

3,751 



Totals. 



Dutiable. 



10,91.3,901 



36,816.665 

P.><,912 

562,950 

820,(591 

46,576 

906,405 

10,145 

495,003 

4,502 



39,761,849 



251,146! 
2,215,9511 



370,844 

355 

146,806 

5,388i 

3,3:^3,259! 

(5,618,146 

188,7i»3 

1,583 

34(5,0051 

43(5,01581 

466,216 

4,947 

3.5.284 



782,904 

(),63li 

95,379; 

102, 294 1 

34,550! 

38,976: 

385,144^ 

1,974 

4,900 

60 

546,613 

733,003 



101,507,014 
13.5,9.32,209 



457,456 

3,880,«67 

52,721 



457.456 

3,880,(567 

52,721 



4,. 390, 844 



4,390,844 



(53,400 

(5,758 

3(5,5()9 

.506,147 

9,011 

557,997 

146,898 

53,281.683 

931 

8,439 

8(5 

25 

423,004 

9,946 



(j,(575 

189, » 33 

11 2, .542 

1,543,531 

44,1.54 

3,8411 

25 



782,904 

257,777 

2, .31 1,330 

1(»2,294 

34,. 550 

38,97(5 

755,988 

2,329 

151,706 

5,448 

3,879,872 

7,381,149 

188,793 

8.258 

535,438j 

548,6101 

2,009,747 

49,101 

39,125 

25 



4,101 

157,223 

3,8(M 

(>,871 

8^548 

6,221 

43,821,274 

122,769 

4(>2 

1,990 

2,577 

4,974i 

22, 137 i 



67,501 

l(53.!^'l 

10,433 

513,018 

9,011 

5';6.545! 

153,119 

97,102,957 

123,700 

8,901 

2,076 

2,(502 

427,978 

32,083 



(59,501,685 48,795,640| 118,297,-325 



98,349,633 59,709,541! 158,059,174 



56,181,949J 140,323,053J 98,349,633 



128,800 128,800 

4,539,993 4,539,993 

36,341 36,341 



32,286,198 

205 

449,606 

99,66;s 

85,032 

732,235 

118,363 

11,855 

1.55 



33,783,312 



63 

228,668 
3,170,724 



211,730 
792 

'" 5,5i7 

3,601,420 

7,770,294 

219,5(]4 



1900. 



Free. 



12,676,349 

87,700 

210,805 

1,219,010 

274 

146,382 

2,280 

625,141 

1,095 



14,969,03(j 



401,285 

269,538 

461,319 

4, .597 

59,327 

141584 
()8,930 
1.5,804 
43, 723 1 
554,145 



571,206 

.5,991 

131,027 

231,358 

48,112 

28,185 

412,703 

13,498 

9,638 

863^262 

936,347 

966 

2,414 

21(5.897 

29,502 

1,301,215 

5:^,697 

(>73 

173 



Totals. 



44,962,547 

87,905 

6(50,411 

1,318,(573 

85,30(5 

878,617 

120,(543 

636,996 

1,250 



48,752,3481 



4,4(J4 

8,855 
4,145 
8,927 



.530,680 

1(>5,001 

60,819,7521 

688 1 

77; 

1.435! 



11,871 

1 454 

48,388^601 

67,603 
1,079 

11,747 



571,2(5910 

234,(55911 

3,301,751 12 

231,358 13 

48,11214 

28,185 15 

624,433 16 

14,2<>0 17 

9,(538 18 

5,517 19 

4,464,682 20 

8,706,(541 21 

220,530 22 

2,414 23 

(518,182 24 

299,040 25 

1,7(52,534 2() 

57,294 27 

60,000 28 

173 29 

1 4,. 584 30 

73,394 31 

24,659.32 

47,8(58 33 

563,072 34 

135 



530,147 
10,780; 



18,925' 

28,608; 



542,55136 

1(56,455 37 

109,208,353 38 

68.29139 

1,156 40 

13,182;41 

;42 

549,072 43 
39,388 44 



(9,1(30,584; 53,412,143 132,572,727 



112,943,8961 68,381,179| 181,-325,075, 



4,705,134 4,705,134 



64,414,675 162,7(34,308 



112,943,896 



509,747 

7,764,21*1 

23,490 



509,7471 

7,764,2011 

23,490! 



8,297,438 
76,678,617 



^,297,438 



189,622,513 



24 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 9. — Statement of the Values of Goods E.xported from the Doniinion of 

1896 to 1900, 



COUNTIUES. 


1896. 


i 


1897. 




Home Foreign 
Produce. Produce. 


Totals. !pJS^. 


Foreim 
ProdudB. 


Totals. 


British Empire. 

Great Britain 

British Africa. 

(. Australasia 

II East Indies 

„ Guiana : 

Honduras 

M West Indies. 


$' 

62,717,941 

152,144 

516,072 

8,841 

271,572 

1,021 

1,627,388 


3,971,312 
2.321 
1,561 


s § 

66,689,2531 69,533,852 

154,465' 127,833 

518,233' 1,413,754 

8,841 i 15.804 


7,693,050 

■■ 8;672 

4',948 


77,227,502 

127,833 

1,422,420 

15,804 


2,964 


274, .536 

1,021 

1,660,800 

4,310 

14,742 

502 

1,782,309 

260 


266, .509 


271,457 


33,412 


1,376,687 
18,247 
14,073 


68,762 

307 

1,192 


1,445,449 


Gibraltar 

Hong Kong 

Fiji Islands , . . . 

Xewfovuidland 

All other 

Totals, British Empire 

Foreign, Countries. 

Argentine Republic 

Belgium 

Brazil 

Central American States 

Chili 


3,755 
6,272 

502 
1,459,765 

266 


555 

8,470 

322, .544 


18,554 
15,265 


1,417,227 
935 


275,571 


1,692.798 
935 






^ 




66,766,139 


4,343,139 


71,109,278 


74,184,921 


8,053,102 


82,238,023 


431,097 
95,328 

608,749 
10,986 
()5,380 

658,501 
42,894 




431,097 


5.5(>.172 


• 82 

123,289 

2,500 

397 

577 

1,217 


556,254 


2,703 

110 

3,219 
1,172 


98,031 ! 231,295 
008,749 404, .589 

11,090 17,353 

08, 599 i 67,288 
059,673 761,399 

42,894 27,540 


354,584 

407,089 

17,7;50 

67,288 


China 


761,976 

28,757 


EffVDt 






Erance . 


573,835 


7 705 


581,540! 683.955 
757,531 704,-589 


6,741 

280,843 


690,696 


Germany 

Greece 


606,919 150,612 


1,045,432 


Hayti. 

Hawaii 

Holland 


160,2031 21,392 
31,876 600 
62,440i 77.388 


181,595i 142,930 
32,470 44,301 

139,828 99,697 
56,759: 108,627 
8,253i 140,706 
22,822j 14,685 
23,780i 30,973 
41,262! 74.861 


24,266 

75 

4,725 

1,240 

452 


167,196 

44,436 

104,422 


Italy 

Japan 


56,759 

8,148 
22,822 




108,627 


105 


141,946 
14,685 


Mexico 


21,730 2.050 


37.425 


Norway and Sweden 

Peril 


41,262 




74,861 






35,535 

_ 




35,535 


*Philiupines 












Portugal . 


41,666 
42.823 
192,896 
83.814 
18,759 


"■'22,118 


41,666| 27,471 
42,823; 4,508 
215,014! 215,210 
83,814 50,452 
18,759 34,602 

285 934 

36,421,168 39,717,057 

39,827j 30,902 

72,707j 27,987 

193 


9,274 
' 16,137 


36,745 




4,508 


St. Pierre 


231,347 
50,452 






34,662 


Switzerland ... 

United States of America 

If Colombia 

Uruguay 


285 

34,460,428 

37,910 

72,767 

144 


' 'l",96bJ740 
1,917 


85 

2,216,735 

7,770 

637 

" 236 

73,899 
884 


1,019 

41,933,792 

38,672 

27,987 


4Q 




West Indies, Danish 

Dutch 


34,449 803 


35,252 


48,9.38 

1,700 

10,988 

1,001,513 

55,012 


49,575 
1.700 


11 French 

.1 Porto Rico and Cuba 
All other 

Totals, Foreign Countries 

Totals 

Estimated amount short returned 
at inland jjorts, and e.xported to 
United States . 


125,260 90 

978,589, 10,826 

23,894! 


125,350 

989,415 

23,894 


11,224 

1,135,412 

50,496 


39,612,613 


2,263,599 


41,876,212 


45,500,489 


2,772,061 


48,272,550 


106,378,752 
3,329,053 


6,606,738 


112,985,490 
3,329,053 


119,085,410 
.3-947.130 


10,825,103 


130,510,573 
3,947,130 


Totals. 

Ccin and bullion : — 

Great Britain 

United States 








109,707,805 


6,606,738 


116,314,5^123,632,540 


10,825,103 


134,457,703 


1,000 

20(3,447 

85 


35 
4,491,742 


i,oa5 

4.098,189 
85 


327^298 


■ 3,165,252 


' 3,492,550 


Totals 








207,532 


4,491,777 


4,099,309 327,298 


3,16.5,252 


3.492,550 


Grand totals 




109,91.5,337 


ll,0i18,515 


121,013,852 


123,959,838 


13,990,415 


137,950,2.53 



i STATISTICAL AXD FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 25 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Canada to the following Countries during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 
inclusive. 



1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



Home Foreign Totals 
Produce. Produce. -^^'^^^^• 



)3,0(i5,019 

134,973 

1,644,506 

12,480 

272,224 

1,085 

1,458,379 

6,740 

18,159 



2,066,854 
357 



98,680,776 



265,486 

803,655 

477,162 

2,932 

19,122 
362,481 

20,088 

1,015^612 
1,419,096 



Home j Foreign 
Produce, i Produce. 



•S S 

11,933,7991 104,998,8181 85,113,681 

1,1911 136,164 

4,814 1,649,320 

13,279 

273,937 

1,085 

1.511,134 

6,740 

20,539 



799 
1,713 



52,755 



2,380 



101,094 
37 



12,098,582 



170,289 
280 



710 

1,208 

9,650 
418,352 



42,924 

136,867 

296,904 

73,765' 

148,028, 

10,462 

31,133i 

79,330; 

3,685; 



2,167,948 
394 



110,779.358 



222,236 

1,520,016 

40,036 

238,523 

2,303 

1,725,321 

1,606 

17,818 



13,973,300 
237 

7,794 
75 
91 



26,930 



1,771 



1,683,801, 
1,706| 



124,881 



90,567,0471 14,135,079 



265,486: 

973,944; 

477,4421 

2,9321 

19,122 
.36.3,1911 

21,296; 



1,02.5,262; 
1,837,448; 



9,055 

195 

r9,535 

'760 

"339 1 
40 



,51, 979 1 

137,0<;2 

376,439: 

73,765 

148,728 

10,462 

31,472 

79, .^70 

.3.685 



87,835 

18,678 

222,875 

89,675 

41,282 

3,368 

34,,361,795 

2.3,180 

16,639 

18 

47,423 



1,788 
17,782 



3,957 

2,092,712 

33 



87,835 
20,466 
240,657 
89,675 
41,282 
•,325 



646.070! 

44.X667 

460,953 

37,224 

27,116 

289,6551 

54,391! 

-191 

1,551, 909j 

1,310,3731 

.3301 

27,125i 

185,0961 

176.347! 

125,265 

133,139 



403,74(; 



430 



5,813 
909,19(> 



Totals. 



99.086,981 

222,473 

1,527,810 

40,111 

238,614 

2,303 

1,752,251 

1,606 

19 589 



Home I Foreign 
Produce. | Produce. 



1,808,682 
1,706 



96, .562, 875 

1,204,093 

1,648,926 

41,693 

281,383 

1,425 

1,673,163 

9.324 

9,117 

822 

2,029,723 



104,702,126; 103,462,544 



68,265 

120,244 

44,328 



1,662 

08 

196,201 

2,126 



35,713 

55 

105 



29,641 
55,648 
195,666 
59,178 
36,056 



11,38C 



478 



36,4.54,507 34,766,955 

2.3,213 19,122 

16,639 .37,895 

18 922 

47,901! ,37,374 



10,586; 

1,104,301' 

3,769 



75, 158 1 

40 : 



10,5861 

1,179,459; 

3,8091 



17,575 

1,187,661 

86,454 



41,240,1.56 2,882,301 



139,920,932 14,980,883 



4,61:7,730 



144, .548, 662 



1,045,723 



14,980,883 



44, 122, 45 < 



154,901,815 



4,627,730 



159,529,545 



42,234,215 



132,801,262 



4,559,530 



137,360,792 



1,795, 



231 



36 



401 



10 

19,880 
30 



3,385,009 



17,520,088 



()46,070! 

849,413 

4(30,953; 

37,2241 

• 27,116; 

290,085 

54, .391 

49 

1,5.57,722! 

2,219,5691 

330| 

28,7^71 

185,194, 

372,548 

125,265| 

135,265; 



103,978 

120,299 

44,433 



29,641 

55,(;48 

207,052 

59,178 

36,056 

2,758 

36,562,840 

19,158 

37,895 

922: 

37,77 



17,585 
1,207,541 

86,484 



473,395 

859,715 

480,241 

25, .554 

61,118 

254,814 

42,261 

5.56 

1,372,359 

1,108,163 

2,382 

13,068 

142,349 

187,158 

260, 45( 

110,753 

20,874 

149„590 

81,044 

22,699 

883 

115,01« 

70,530 

226,126 

86,456 

42,464 

.386 

52,534,977 

38,559 

50,458 

21,298 

37,1,32 

761 

9,656 

1,110,2.51 

34,744 



11,173,093 

272 

4,247 



7 

"16 
1141473 



45,619,224 60,048,246 



17,520,088 



39 39! 874 4,000 

,3,574,7181 4,620,441; 1,100,3711 2,910,780 

2,658! 2,6581 ! 



150,321,a50 163,510,790 



4,559,530! 5,461,511 



1.54,880,880' 168,972,301 



4,874; 

4,011,151 1,670,068 



11,318,673 



338,083 
165 



1,493 



2,411 
607,740 



1,107 
1,041 

1,555 



172 



Totals. 



107,735,968 

1,204,365 

1,653,173 

41,693 

282,161 

1,425 

1,698,957 

9,324 

9,133 

822 i 10 

2,144.196 11 

12 



114,781,21/ 



28 1 
7,868 



414 

1,966,4171 
501 1 

j 

353; 

20J 

17.213! 



473, .395 13 

1,197,798 14 

480,4061.') 

25,554 16 

61,11817 

256,3p7il8 

42,261 1 11> 

.556:20 

1,374,770 21 

1,715,903 22 

2,382 23 

13,06824 

143,456 25 

188,199 2r> 

260,456 27 

112„308 28 

20,874 29 

149,590 30 

81,044 31 

22,871 i-^2 

883 33 

115,016:34 

70, 558 j 35 

233,994136 

86,456;37 

42,464 38 

800 39 

54,501,394,40 

39,060 41 

50,458 ;42 

21,298 43 

37,485 44 

761 :45 

9,676 46 

1,127,464,47 

34,744 48 



2,946,5811 62,994,827 



14.265.254 177,776,044 



5,461,511 



14,265,254 



183,237,555 



400 400 

6,986,050 8,656,118 

650: 650 



1,045.723; .3,577,415; 4,623,138; 1,101,245 2,914,780 4,016,025 1,670,0681 6,987,100i 8,657,168 



145,594,385' 18,558,298' 164,152,68.^.138,462,037 20,434,868 158,896,905 170,642,3691 21,252,354; 191,894,723 



26 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 10. — Statement of the Values of the Aggregate Trade of the Dominion of Canada 

inclusive {Including 



Countries. 



British Empire. 

Great Britain. 

British Africa 

.1 Australasia 

II East Indies 

II Gniana . . 

11 West Indies 

H ong Kong 

Newfoundland, 

A 11 other 

Totals, British Empire 



Foreign Countries. 



Argentine Republic. ... 

Austria , . 

Belgium . ... 

Brazil 

Central American State*. 

Chili 

China 



1896. 



Imports. Exports, 



33,157,234 

75,021 

213,683 

351), 096 

194,0.31 

1,201,3921 

3,742| 

551,8521 

2,602| 

I. 



66,690,288 

154,485 

518,233 

8,841 

274,536 

1,660,800 

14,742 

1,782,309 

6,099 



1897. 



Totals. Imports. ] Exports. Totals 



S I 

99 847,522! 

229,486; 

731, 916 j 

367,937: 

468,. 567 ■ 

2,862,192^ 

18, 484 i 

2,334,1611 

8,70LI 



29,339,576 

27,273 

147,900 

417,563 

102,700 

1,069,043 

5,894 

452,906 



35,758,6.53| 71,110,313 106,868,966 



9361 

204,6371 

927,457 

113,065 

30,219' 



Denmark 

Dutch East Indies . 

Egypt 

France 

Germany 

Greece 

Hawaii 



24 Hayti 

25 Holland 

26 Italy 

27 .Japan 

28 Mexic > 

29 Xorway and Sweden 

30 Persia 

31 Peru 

32 * Philippines 

33'Portugal 

34 Russia 

35 St. Pierre 

36 Spain 

37 Spanish Possessions 

38 Switzerland 

39iTurkey 

40jUnited States of America. 
411 .1 Columbia. 

42; Uruguay 

43 Venezuela .... 



1,030,698 

12,907 

408,8ti3 

1,627' 

2,782,773 

6,454,705; 

99,473i . 

2,839i 



431,0971 

9,238i 
98, 031 1 

608,749 
11,096 
68,599 

659,758; 
42,894 



31,562,855 



297,251 

435,774' 

1,648, 232 1 

13,912' 

53,109 

515 



581,,540' 
757, 531 1 

' 32^476! 

181,595! 

139,828 

56,759 

8,253! 
23,780; 
41,262 

i 



4:^2,033 

213,875 

1.025,488 

'721.814; 

41,3151 

68, 599 1 

1,690,456! 

55,801 

408,863] 

1.6271 

3,.3()4,.313| 

7,212,2.36 

99,473 

35,315 

181,595 

437.079 

492,533 

1,656.485 

.37,692 

94,371 

515 



19,902 

442,742 

1.189,441 

226,041 

29,344 

1,046,204 

10,963 

671,867 



77,227,502 

127,833 

1,422,426 

15,804 

271,457 

1,445,449 

15,265 

1,692,798 

19,489 



82,238,023 



106,567,078 

155,106 

1,570,326 

433,367 

374,157 

2,514,492 

21,159 

2,145,704 

19,489 



556,254 

20,865 
354,584 
407,089 

17,750; 

67,288l 
761,9761 

28,757 



11.3,800,878 



::i 



576,156 

463,607 

1,544,025 

633,130 

47,094 

67,288 

1,808,180 

39,720 

671,867 



2,507.128 

5,785,546 

93,094 

8,929 



373,479; 

373,700: 

1,329,9801 

13,640| 

43,175' 



690,6961 
1,045,4321 

44^436 
167,196 
104,422 
108,627 
141,9461 
37,425 
74,861 



3,197,824 

6,830,978 

93,094 

53,365 

167,196 

477,901 

482,327 

1,471.926 

51,065 

118,036 



West Indies, 



All other . 



Danish , 

Dutch 

French 

Porto Rico and Cuba 



Totals, Foreign Countries. 
Grand totals 



46,.503l 

15, 974 1 

81,733i 

346,940; 

1,243,320! 

336,467' 

355,995 

64,334,800 



266,927 

17,510 

10,1^56 

4,618 

656,258 
16,562 



82,252,855 



41,666 1 

42,823! 

215,014; 

83,8141 

18,75«i 

285 

50 

44,448,410 

39,827 1 

72,767! 

1931 

35,252i 

12.5,350 

989,415 

37,428 



49,903,539 



118,011,508 121,013,852 



88,169 

.58,797 

296,747 

430,754 

1,262,079 

336,752 

356,045 

108,783,210 

39,827 

72,767 

267,120 

.52,762 

10,2.56 

129,968 

1,64.5,673 

53,990 



38,455 
16,379 
158,297 
385,847 
855,296 
222,045 
132,501 
70,766,316 



237,367; 

12, 096 i 

l,01l| 

5,6061 

535,0001 

124,363| 



36,745 

4,508 

231,347 

50,4.52 

34,662 

1,019 

1,481 

49,373,472 

38,672 

27,987 



49,575 

1,700 

11,224 

1,135,412 

84,370 



1.32,15{),394 



87,655:754! .5.5,712,230 



239,025,360 



119,218,609;137,950,253 



75,200 

20,887 

389,644 

436,299 

889,958 

223,064 

133,982 

120,139,788 

38,672 

27,987 

237,367 

61,671 

2,711 

16,830 

1,670,412 

208,733 



143,367,984 



257,168,862 



Included with ' Spanish Possessions ' prior to 1900. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 27 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

with the following Countries, during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1896 to 1900, 
Coin and Bullioii. ) 



1898. 



Imports 



32,866,007 

* 133,o'29 

153,712 

556,872 

62,588 

690,809 

3,316 

464,560 

3,658 



34,935,051 



648,952 

274,867 

1,450,197 

166,211 

4,804 

40,186 

882,534 

4,392 

251,319 

5,668 

4,090,827 

5,763,784 

168,586 

4,310 

10 

415,769 

516.250 

1,458,233 

14,685 

53,047 

4,593 

350,000 



Exports. 



S 

104,998,857 

136,164 

1,649.320 

13,279 

273,937 

1,511,134 

20,539 

2,170,606 

8,219 



110,782,055 



265,486 

126 

973,944 

477,442; 

2,932' 

19,122 

363,191 

21,296 

488 



1,025,262 
1,837,448 

137,062 
51,979 

376,439 
73,765 

148,728 
31,472 
79,370 

3^685 



51, 642 I 
18,087 
105,233 
49 < ,667 
158,684 
352,098 
1.53,532 
86,900,702 



90,852' 

14.443! 

535! 

2,916! 

451,832 

19.655 



87,8.35 

20,466 

240.657 

89,675 

41,282 

7,325 

117 

45,702,678 

23,213 

16,639 

18 

47,901 

10,586 

1,179,459 

13.540 



105,388,002! 53,370,628 
140,323,053|164,152,683 



Totals. 



137,864,864 

269,693 

1,803,032 

570,151 

336,525 

2,201,943 

23,855 

2,635,166 

11,877 

145,717,106 



914,438 

274,993 

2,424,141 

()43,()53 

7,736 

.59,308 

1,245,725 

25,688 

251,807 

.5,668 

5,116,089 

7,601,232 

168,586 

141,372 

5 1,989 

792,208 

590,015 

1,606,961 

46,157 

132,417 

4,593 

354,585 



139, 

38, 

345, 

587, 

199, 

359, 

153, 

132,603, 

23, 

16, 

5*0, 

62, 

13, 

1,631, 

33, 



477 
553 
890 
342 
966 
423 
(>49 
3S0 
213 
639 
870 
344 
5.35 
502 
291 
195 



Imports. 



1899. 



ExjDorts. 



$ 



36,945,465i 99,091,855' 



Totals. 



98, 912 j 
563,361] 
820, 696 1 

46,5761 
907,895| 

10,145! 

528,083! 

4,502! 



222,473^ 

1,527,810 

40,1111 

238,614; 

1,752,251 

19,589 

1,808,682! 

5,615 



s 

136,037,320 

321,385 

2,091,171 

860,807 

285,190 

2,660,146 

2i>,734 

2,336,765 

10,117 



39,025,635104,707,000 144,632,635 



782,9041 

257,777 

2,311,3301 

102,294! 

34,550! 

38,976 

75.5,990 

2,32'.» 

151,706 

5,448 

3.879,872 

7,382,499, 

188,7931 

8,2.58 

44 

535,438; 

548,6l0i 

2,00<),747| 

49,104 

39,125 



25 



101 



67,501 

163,981 

40,433 

513,018 

9,011 

5(>6,545 

153,119 

.642,9.50 

5,985 

"123.760 
8,901 
2,076 
2, 6021 

427,9781 
26, 054 i 



646,070! 

1,380! 

849,413' 

460,953 

37,224 

27,116! 

290,085 1 

54,391 

125! 

49; 

1,557,722: 

2,219,5691 

330; 

185,194! 

28,787! 

.372,.548! 

12.5,265 

l:-;5,265 

103,978 

120,299 



44,433 



1,428,974 

259.157 

3,160,743 

563.247 

71,774 

66,092 

1,046,075 

.56,720 

151,831 

5,497 

5,437,594 

9,602,0< 

189,123 

193,452 

28,831 

907,986 

673,875 

2,145,012 

153,082 

159,424 

44,458 



20,641 

55,648 

207,052 

59,178 

36,05(5 

2,758 

8,346 

45,133,521 

19,1.58 

37,895 

022 

37,775 

""'l7,?^85 

1,207,541 

76,633 



07,142 
219,629 
247,485 
572,196 

45,06 
.569,303 
161.465 
146,776,471 

25,143 

37,H95 
124,622 

46,676 
2,076 

20,187 

1,635,519 

102,687 



1900. 



Imports. 



Exports, j Totals. 



45,472,294! 107,736,368 153,208,662 

87,905 1,204,365 1,2^)2,270 

660,41ll 1,653,173 2,313,584 

1,318,673; 41,693 1,360,366 

85,30()1 282,161 3(57,467 

878,617 1,698,957 2,577,574 

120,(543 9,133 129,776 

660,230 2,144,846 2,805,076 

1,250 11.571 12,821 



49,285,329 



114,782,26< 



571,269 

234,659 

3,301,751 

231,358 

48,112i 

28,185 

(524,4331 

14,290] 

9,(538 

5,517 

4,4(54,938' 

8,706,(541 

220,5301 

2,414| 

I 

(518,182i 

299,040! 

l,7(52,.5;34i 

57,294! 

(50,000i 

5,(589] 

173! 

14,. 584 1 

73,394 

24,659i 

47,868! 

5(53,072! 



542, 551 i 

1(56,4551 

11(5,972,554! 

3,935 

22,016! 

(58,291 

1,15(5! 

13,182] 



473,395 

1,072 

1,197,798 

480,406 

25,554 

(51,118 

2.56,307 

42,2(51 

979 

556 

1,374,770 

1,715,903 

2,382 

143.456 

13,068 

188,199 

2(30,4.5(5 

112,308 

149, .590 

81,044 

22,871 

883 

115,016 

70,558 

23.3,994 

86,456 

42,464 

800 



549,0721 

7,748j 



68,(519.023 

39,0(50 

.50,458 

21,298 

37,485 

761 

9,676 

1,127,4(54 

53,567 



158,758,6.30122,838,673! 54,189,905! 177,028,578' 140,337,184] 77,112,4-56 
304,475,7361(52,764,308 158,896,905: 321,661,213 189,622,513^ 191,894,723 381,51 



164,067,596 



1,044,6(54 10 

235,731111 

4,499,54912 

711,764'13 

73,(56614 

89,30315 

880, 740! 16 

5(5,55117 

10,(517il8 

(5,073119 

.5,839,708 20 

10,422,544 21 

222,912 22 

145,870 23 

13, 068' 24 

80(5.38125 

5.59,49(5 26 

1,874,84227 

206,884 28 

141,044 29 

.5,(589 30 

23,044 31 

15,46732 

188,410 ;« 

9.5, 217; 34 

281, 862] 35 

<)49,528 36 

42,464' 37 

543,35l!38 

166,455139 

185,591.. 577 40 

42,99541 

72,474 42 

89,589 43 

38,641 44 

13,943 45 

9,676|46 

1,676,536147 

61,315148 

217,449,640! 



,236! 



28 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA. A. 1901 

;^^o. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of all Imports into and Exports from 
all Goods Entered for Consumption, with the amounts of duties 



ARTICLES. 



Agricultural products, N. E.S. 



Ale, beer and porter, in bottles . . galls. 
II II in 



Total ale and beer . 



Ale, ginger 



Animals, living, viz.: — 

Oogs 

Cattle, 1 year old and less . . | 
II over 1 year old / 

Horses, 1 year old and l«^ss . . | 
,r over 1 year old / 

Hogs 

Sheep, 1 year old and less . . | 
II over 1 year old / 

Poultry 1 

Another, N.E.S / 

Animals for improvement of 
stock:— 

Horses 

Cattle 

Sheep 

Swine 

Fowls, domestic, pure bred, 
and pheasants and quails 
and homing or messenger 

pigeons 

Animals brouglit into Canada, 
temporarily, and for a period 
not excee.iiiig 3 months, for 
the purpose of exhibition or 
competition for prices offered 
by any aerricultui-al or other 
association, viz.: — 

Horses . 

AU other, N.E.S 



No. 



lbs. 
No. 



No. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



1900. 



Quantity . 



200.999 
139,885 



Value. 



Duty. 



cts. 



Quantity . Value. 



Duty. 



140,897 
27,374 



48,240 Oil 
22,381 88 1 



242,220 
143,097 



340,884! 108,271 



5,147 



168| 
1,233| 

14,724! 

191,1191 

39,243! 



5,069 
31.288 



(0,621 89 385, 31 : 



824 701 



6,257 70 



391 
404 
310 
136 



Total animals, living. 



22 Animals, products of, N.E.S 

23 Artificial limbs 

24 Ashes 

25|. II pot and pearl lbs. 

26;Asphaltum or asphalt .... cwt. 
27 1 Bagatelle tabh-s or boards with 

I cues, balls and racks 

28 Baking ix)wder lbs. 

29, Balsam 

30 Baskets of all kinds, N.E.S 

31 Bees 

32 Belts, surgical or trusses and sus- 

I pensorv bandages of all kinds 

33iBelts, of all kinds', N.E.S 



413,064; 82,612 70 

9,358; 2,880 31 

86, 701 1 17,367 20 

43,888; 8,776 50 

I 



130,462; 

41,704 

7,052 

3,466, 



5,995; 



131 

2,802 

11,643 

183,703 

45,698 



172,868 
25,384 



198,252 



5,211 



cts. 



58.133 04 
22,895 22 



81,028 26 



814 80 



4,061 
67,815 

337,031 
10,711 
99,590 

31,877 



13,563 70 

67,410 40 

2,755 56 

19,918 00 

6,374 30 



461 i 163,230 

826j 101,523 

714^ 19,112 

56; 1,574 



4,993 



■8,047 117,894 411 

j , 



841,517 110,021 96 



7,544 



8,103 



111,416! 
180,685! 



5,621 
95,800 



122,734 
62,282 



6,258 
68,748 



338,790! 



4,254! 1,478 67 
93,653 20,314 33 



25,562 

(>8 

14,435 
53,341 



403,771 



4,257: 1,485 11 
105,001 24,219 09 



6,966 48 



2,784 21 
16,804 10 



21,255 



17,018 
53,702 



0,257 59 



3,332 60 
17,323 60 



i 5 TA TISTICA L A ND FINANCIA L ST A TEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



29 



Canada in each Fiscal Year from 1896 to 1900, and the Quantities and Values of 
collected thereon for the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1899 and 1900. 



Imports. 



Exports. 



189G. 



1897. 



Vahu 



1898. 



Value. 



1899. 



1900. 



1896. 



97,769 
25,891 

123,660 

.5,846 

4,201 
5,606 

102,963 
6,322 

77,487 

21,242 



163,838 
6,183 
2,950 
1,121 



2,9S5 



295,308 
105,242 

795,448 



S 
52,706 



103,414 
31,453 

134,897 



139,035) 
27, 401 i 



141,540 
26,751! 



^24;i8} 1«'860 



168,436' 168,291! 2-J3,571! 10,860 



4,773 

3,890j 
52,7091 

113,841 
19,387 
80,715 

50,369 



3,122 

4,109 
35,786 

367,697 
21,842 
90,051 

36,767 



113,585] 

6,217i 

6,569 

841 



3, 905 1 



134,294 

24,749; 

4,619i 

3,185l 



4,735 



177,039 
510 

629,577 



204,370 
30,490 

962,694 



2,272 

33,875 

796 
84,606 



281 



13,538 
27,909 



1,208 
9,012 

698, 
"8,346 



6,408 



5,242i 

5,0691 
69,454' 

454,929! 

9,358 1 

89,161 

90,900 



129,962 

41,704 

7,052 

3,466 



5,995 



5,726 

4,061 
70,129 

362,245; 

10.711! 

114,09o! 

84, 159 1 



163,230 

101,523 

19,112 

1,574 



r 6,244 

\ 7,080,578 

( 16,423 

"I 2,424,695 
3,356 

r 442,731 

I 1,711,892 

87,719 



1897. 



28,075 



•222 



8,222 



30,645 

7,128,954 

23,237 

1,928,834 

4,053 

588,653 

413,358 

145,983 



1898. 



109,970 



4,487 



4,487 



1899. 



j5 
90,769 

3,704 



3,704 



1900. 



94,1031 1 



6,710 
6,710 



108,592 

8,621,398 

11,215! 

1.829,774 

5,033| 

810,493 

461,584 

6<),(>81 



251,3491 

8,325,U22, 

109,081! 

968,826: 

5,064 1 

1,118,0841 

423,048 

/ 57,906 

I 33,022 



390,806 

8,699,890 

4,350 

1,265,185 

14,573 

l,182,970ill 

711,04212 

36,87613 

24,310jl4 

I 

ii5 

16 

17 

18 



19 



116,099 
1,473 

1,024,622 



7,544 



594 
55,164 

2, 1891 
103,622, 



5,621 

95,800 



4,254 
96,202 



221,650 
2,674 



1,160,151 11,773,638 10,263,717 



8,103 



172 i 

17,5.311 
41,630) 



15,182 
430; 

10,437! 
61,2281 



25,352 

14,374 

53,938 



6,258 
68,748 

4 257 
103! 208 



21,428 
21,835 

17.018 
53,862 



26,707 



48,883 
61,209 



8,757 



66,476 



50,658 
51,0u9 



4,392 



11,914,770 11,291,402 



104,016 



()6,510 
45,795 



4,809 



65,209 



57,859 
52,938 



3,820 



120 
21 



12,330,0021 



82,34922 
23 

74,944!24 
63,311125 
26 



8,761 



30 



TRADE A ND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. Value 



1 Bells, imported by and for the 

ijse of churches 

•} Bells and gongs, N.E.S 



14 



15 



Billiard tables, viz.: — 

Without ix)ckets No. 

With pockets .. 

Total billiard tables. . „ 



Bird cages 

Blacking, shoe and shoemaker's 

ink . . 

Blinds of wood, metal or other 

material, not textile or paj er 

Blueing — laundry blueing, of all 

kinds lbs. 

Boats, open, pleasure, sail- boats, 

skiffs and canoes No. 

Bolsters and pillows 

Bones, crude, not manufactured, 

burned, calcined, ground or 

steamed cwt. 

Bone, pitch, crude only 

Bone, manufactures of, N.E.S 



16 



19 



Books, periodicals, pamphlets, 
&c. : — 

Books, printed ; periodicals and 
pamphlets, N.E.S 

Novels or works of fiction, or 
literature of a similar charac- 
ter, unbound or paper bound, 
or in sheets, including freight 
rates for railways and tele- 
graph rates, bound in book 
or pamphlet form, not in- 
cluding Christmas annuals 
or publications commonly 
known as juvenile and toy 
books 

Bank notes, bonds, bills of ex- 
change, cheques, jiromissory 
notes, drafts and all similar 
work unsigned, and billheads, 
envelopes, receipts, card and 
oth er commercial blank forms 
printed or lithographed, or 
printed from steel or copper 
or other plates, and other 
printed matter, N.E.S 

British copyright works, re- 
prints of. 

Bibles, prayer books, i)salm and 
hymn books, &c 

Books printed in any of the 
languages or dialects of any 
of the Indian tribes of the 
Dominion of Canada 



21 



193,828 
157 



,866 



19,165 
20,702 



12 1,248 

9 1,652 



2,900 



Duty. 



S cts. 



6,174 66 



1900. 



Quantity. | Value. Duty. 

i ! 



S ct^ 



423 41 

578 20 



1,001 61 



27,557 

687 

20,911 

4,031 
2,061 



10,788 

321 

22,229 



681,325 



•1,887 



6,522 68 

180 54 

4,143 64 

1,004 



37,959 
20,906 



6,234 88 



66 



4, 7651 1,583 93 
2,369! 670 00 



74 



134! 2,253 93 



3,970 50 



64,107 62 



13,714 51 



210,814 
111 



17,838 



21,759 

407 

16,537 

5,746 
2.327 



18,983 

545 

37, ( 



29,236 



9,785 49 



144,053 



651,559 



5,319 06 

122 10 

3,253 32 

1,392 57 
694 79 



6,341 20 



61,645 28 



86,515 16,640 60 



38,758 



143,786 



13,127 83 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
int<-) and Exports from Canada, ifec. — Continued. 



31 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



lS9r,. 



1897. 



29,05(>| 24,493 



21,567 



22,983 



l,6G2i 2,051 
2, 669 1 4,099 

4,331 6,150 



2,762i 3,142 
5!>,710 24,835 



19,085 



11,082 



17,205 



513,734 



20,649 



2,207 



4,^ 



215,205 



12(),032 



16,941 



536,324 



20,166 

337 

"1.35,764 



1898. 



15,774! 
16,9421 



3,759! 
1,204^ 

4,963 



1899. 



1900. 



Value. 



1896. 



1897 



19,165 37,9.59 
20,677 1 20,890! 



1,248 
l,()52j 

2,90d' 



5, .573 
2,369 

7,942 



1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



19,7311 27,532 

1,019 662 

21,559: 18,663 



9, 803 1 
1,137 



26,056 

92 

10,545 



6,271 
2.061 



10,788 

321 

22,176 



532,107! 681,493 



67,509 



34,145 



1,904 



29,535 



231,7541 143,882 143,786 



21,663 

I 
407! 

16,900 

5,934 
2,327 



18,983 

545 

37,111 



654,621 



24,589 



86,515 



38,762 



87,984 



35,980 



115,986 



446 l,043i 



38.852 



46,928 



132,731 



130,418 



46.36i 



173,391 



14 



15 



Bibles, prayer books, &c., in Englirsh and French languages,' not included prior to 1898. 



32 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Books, periodicals, &c. — Con. 

Books pi in ted by any govern- 
ment or by any scientific 
a?iSociation, &c., and not for 
trade purposes 

Books, &c., for instruction of 
deaf and dumb and blind ex- 
clusively 

Books embossed, for the blind 

Books, not printed in Canada, 
for use of colleges, &c. , free 
libraries, college libraries, 
&c., and law societies, not 
more thaii two copies of each, 
also books in print more than 
12 years 

Books on the application of 
science to industries of all 
kinds, including books on 
agriculture, hort i c u 1 1 u r e, 
mining, architecture, engi- 
neering, &c., and sin)ilar in- 
dustrial books, also books 
printed in any language other 
than the English and French 
languages, or in any two 
languages not being the 
Englisli or French, or in any 
three cr more languages 

Charts and maps 

Charts for the use of schools for 
the blind 

Charts, admiralty 

Chromos, chromotypes, oleo- 
graphs, or artistic works of 
similar kinds produced by 
any process other than hand 
painting or drawing whether 
for business or for ad vertising 
purposes or not, printed or 
stamped on paper, cardboard 
or other material, N.E.S. . . 

Globes, geographical, topogra- 
phical and astronoiixical 

Labels for fruit, vegetables, 
meat, fish and confectionery, 
&c 

Manuscripts and insurance 

! maps 

I Newspapers or supplemental 
editi. ms or parts thereof part- 
ly printed and intended to be 
I completed and published in 
Canada 



Entered foe Home Consumption. 



1809. 



1900. 



Quantity. 



lbs. 



Value. I Duty, j Quantity. 



8 cts. 



1,503 
271 



165,343 



22,770 

10,842 

42 

426 



9,331 



2,844 
2,483 

66,337 
2,611 



2,004 55 



1,395 54 



22,102 14 



2 00 



12,003 



Value. 



Duty. 



S cts. 



6,714 



94 
216 



227,504 



46,010 
20,465 



738 



3,829 40 



4,315 
3,112 

78,130 
1,661 

437 



1,800 26 



26,423193 



109 25 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



33 







Imports. 










Exports. 










Value. 








Value. 






1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


190(). 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


2,294 


3,113 

251 
134 

113,933 


9,800 

63 

215 

149,669 

12,301 
12,807 

31 
1,138 

4,928 
2,263 

51,614 
3,570 

112 


1,503 

271 

82 

165,343 

22,770 
10,925 

42 
426 

2,828 
2,483 

65,260 
2,611 

8 


8 

6,714 

94 
216 

227,504 

46,010 
20,407 


$ 





$ 


8 


$ 


14 






, 






242 












107,859 




. 












% 







to, 340 


i6,135 


16,260 










t4,736 


426 

56,993 
2,512 


1,006 
i 

55,784 
1,691 

40,491 
4,202 

169 


738 

4.056 
3,112 

78,202 
1,661 

437 


t8,097 


t3,973 


115,254 


36,583 













3,556 






46 

























t "Photographs. 

10— i- 3 



34 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Books, periodicals, &c. — Con. 

New&papers, and quarterly, 
monthly and semi-monthly 
magazines and weekly liter- 
ary papers, unbound 

Pamphlets, advertising, pic- 
torial show cards, illustrated 
advertising periodicals, illus- 
trated price books, catalogues 
and price lists ; advertising 
calendars and almanacs; pat- 
ent medicine or other adver- 
tising circulars, fly sheets or 
pamphlets lbs . 

Posters, advertising bills, tick- 
ets and folders i. 

Printed music, bound or in 
sheets 

Total books, periodicals, &c. • 



Boots, shoe and stay laces of any 
material 

Boots and shoes and slippers of 
all kinds, except rubber and 
leather 

Braces or suspenders, and parts 
of 



lbs. 



Breadstuffs, &c., viz. : — 

Arrowroot and tapioca 

Biscuits, sweetened, of all 
kinds 

Biscuits of all kinds, not 
sweetened ... 

Bread, unleavened, for religi- 
ous purposes 

Macaroni and vermicelli . . . . 

Rice 

M imcleaned, unhulled or 
paddy 

Rice and sago flour and sago . 

All other breadstuffs, N.E.S. . 

Total breadstuffs, N.E.S. . 



Grain, viz. : — 

Barley bush. 

Beans '• 

Locust beans and locust bean 
meal for the manufacture 
of horse and cattle feed . . lbs. 



Entered for Home Consujiptiox. 



1899. 



Quantity. Value. Duty 



298,264 
65,354 



lbs. 1,976,136 

I 

152,156 

387,927 



130,878 



67,947 
17,059 
29,174 



1,447,121 



65,192 

51,636 
72,973 



720,139 
10,473,856 

17,412,812 
1,102.072 



3,767 
46,864 



23,286 



39,959 

14,923 

23,162 

2,581 

32,315 

234,947 

186,676 
19,602 
98,320 



$ cts. 



44,014 43 
9,658 02 
2,750 78 



1900. 



Quantity. Value. 



266,744 
70,626 



169,-535 08 



15,848 01 

11,437 61 
22,960 21 



8,018 27i 1,650,983 

3,708 30 ! 164,457 

i 

5,610 621 296,889 



7,904 85 766,722 
120,45811 10,758,705 



68,458 33 

4,194 91 

19,315 18 



13,303,615 
1,9.57,000 



652,485 237,668 5:1 



1,881 
45,793 



867 



561 91 i 
7,092 15 i 



4.693 
29,923 



1,859 



135,861 



63,689 
17,702 
34,818 



1,562,084 



65,340 

49,311 
65,048 



50,350 
19,644 
15„966 



3,983 

36,032 

227,614 

164,197 

31,636 

125,468 



Duty. 



cts. 



39,277 98 

10,424 32 

3,337 17 



176,616 02 



16,482 46 

12,156 49 
20,417 92 



10,311 40 
5,007 21 
3,889 46 



9,006 12 
125,886 88 

53,256 43 

6,3.34 49 

24,872 90 



674,890 



3,030! 
41,013; 



238,564 89 



881 95 
4,489 38 



206 



Fashion plates, tailors', milliners' and mantle makers' ' included prior to 1898. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No- 10 
into and Exports frona Canada, tfec. — Continued. 



35 



Imports. 



Value. 



1896. 



105,527 



1897. 



122,038 



104,719 '101,033 



26,406 
22,297 

1,155,624 

45,084 



23,279 



1898. I 1899. 



137,470 130,878 135,861 



71,593! 

20,528 



07,828 
17,120 



21,935| 21,804 29,174 
1,200,159! 1,305,421 1,440,372 



CO, 080 



71,977 01,440 



08,322 

31,123 

20,889! 

! 

19,9451 

3,270| 

14,983 

120,0441 

108,477 

9,340| 

49,270j 

383, 347! 322,519 



10,622 4,840 

19,701 13,322 



i 47,916 

51,209 GO, 211 1 



24,013 

22,973 

19,405 

1,0S3 

18,553 

146,014 

34,552 
11,232 
43,494 



293 



37,407 

20,182 

20,430 

4,370 
24,413 

208,751 

90,620 
13,315 
05,065 

545,169 



47,959 
45,083 



121 



58,050 
72,992 

37,946 

14,714 

23,291 

2,581 

33,803 

232,642 

183,115 

19,731 

100,140 

648,023 



67,442 
40,052 



1900. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1890. 1897. 



00,712 

17,702| 

34,818...... 

1.567,9281 90,081 



05,570 



867 



57,009 

19,581' 

10,198 

3,983| 
35,580 

226,896 

187,947 

38,994 

125,716 

711,904 



215,228 
40,681 



206 



46,045, 

65;Dn9' 



19,211 



222 



17,891 



37,324 



316,029 
259,004 



1898. 



§ I S 



119,959 147,985 



16,534 



16,189 



855 



26,285 



43,674 



566,505 
195,543 



291 



3,436 



19,916 



199,068 
200,093 



1899. I 1900. 



135,154 



23,652 



10,789 



35,942 



70,383 



179,519 
239,238 



178,731 



22,742 



536 



22,230 

45,508 



1,200,852 
335,541 



19 



10_i_3J 



36 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA. A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itkmized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Breadstuff s— Concluded. 
Grain— Concluded. 

Buckwheat .... bush. 

Indian corn for distillation . . « 

N.O.P " 

Oats •• 

Pe^ase . 'i 

M split "1 

Rye 

Wheat •« 

Grain, all other n 



Total grain 



Lush. 



Grain, products of, viz. :- 

Malt.... 

Bran, mill feed, &c 

Buckwheat meal or flour . . . lbs. 

Indian or corn meal brls. 

Oatmeal.. lbs. 

Rye flour brls. 

Wheatflour n 

Corn flour, hominy, cracked, 
evaporated or dried corn 

Meal, all other 

Grain, flour and meal of all 
kinds, when dama.ed by 
water in transitu 



EXTEPED FOR HOME CONSUMPTION. 



Quantity. 



33 

660,2(>4 

23,342,884 

107,272 

4.621 



1899. 



Value. 



1900. 



Duty. 



2,990 
35,546 



64,480 

' 132,844 
49,929 

2,025,544 

1,171 

57,745 



49 

218,163, 

8,96(5,925 

46,380 

5,116 



1,840 
21,547 



9,308,5()1 



.52,340 

64,364 

3,559 

82,289 

42,309 

3,654 

196,177 

2,055 



4,667 



Total grain products . . . 
Total breads tuffs 



451,414 



10,412,460 



Bricks, clay and tiles {sec Earth- 
enware : — 
. Fire brick and stove linings 

N.E.S 

Fire brick for use exclusively 
in processes of manufacture. M. 

Bath brick 

Buil 'ing brick M. 

Paving brick ^ . « 

China clay; cwt. 

Fire clay, unmanufactured 

Manufactures of fire clay, N.E.S. . .. 

Pipe clay 

Clay, all other, N.E.S 

Drain tile, not glazed ... 

Drain pipes and sewer pipes, 
chinmey linings or vents and 
inverted blocks, glazed or un- 
glazed 

Roofing tiles 



12,994 



Total bricks, clays and tiles. 



2,611 

1,583 

134,199 



$ cts. 



3 45 

49,519 90 

10,727 35 

461 08 



Quantity. 



299 01 
4,266 95 



72,931 80 



79 

497,544 

17,502,639 

120,639 

7,728 



909 
27,262 



9,669 14i 

12,874 60 

332 15 

12,094 76 

8,453 65 

584 91 

34,647 06 

409 40 



79,228 



927 05 



152,415 

40.388 

1,113,387 

1,068 

50,659 



79,992 72 



390,593 09 



Value. 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



72 7 90 

175,515 37,315 79 

6,951,970 

55,993, 12,062 97 



10,376 



704 
15,770 



7,264,649 



J2 92 



00 93 
3,271 54 



58,893 38 



57,530 
74,266 

5,152 
76,413 
23.531 

3,428i 
167,995 

3,375 



11,841 20 
14,851 39 

519 07 

10,101 40 

4,700 95 

534 43 
30,395 06 

674 60 



9,374 1,874 80^ 



421,064; 75,492 90 



8,360,603 372,951 17 



38,487 

126,995 

1,333 

21,306 

23,64S| 

47,270' 

30,4431 

9,570! 

2,388 

8,416j 

1,827, 



32,071 



7,524 82 



221 40 
4,220 02 
4,4?4 10 



21,039 



1,883 05 



343,754 



365 40 



10,888 22 



29,537 9fL 



1,792 

2,.175 

192,945 



39,535 

344,279 

1,801] 

19,305' 

35,644 

53,2151 

59,291 1 

10, 480 1 

1,448 

9,011 

1,383 



37,766 



613,158 



7,436 90 



318 40 
3,732 95 
6,677 00 



2,074 OO 



236 65 



12,959 57 



33,435 47 



i STATISTICAL AND FINAXCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into aad Exports from Canada, tfec. — Continued. 



37 



Imports . 



Value. 



189C. 



1897. 



1898. 



1899. 



1791 



391 



179 



2,568,688! 3,937,826 7,027,576 



123,3461 
20,6361 



280,326 
62,4541 



338,372 
23,295 



36,074 197,866; 343,719 
2,701,586 4,19l,944| 4,204,760 



5,481,1851 8,688,975 12,031,064 



1900. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1896. 



35,961 
64,707 

825' 

117,165; 

10,263 

1,408 

298, 889 1 

I 
18,418 



41,240 

43,864 

971 

33.716 

4,888 

1,350 

269,993 

8,871 



5,599 

553,235 

6,417,767 



52,759 

67,331 

1,535 

146,654 

36,526 

2,114 

168,255 

6,093 



49 72 173,689 

9,245.038; 7,163,485 1,131,429 

292,0601 422,977 285,418 

10,321 1 23,763; 1,142,907 

232^ 091 i 57^ sis 22' 822 
7,020,521 4,542,170 8,007,957 
I j 206 

16,914,44112,465,90011,507,765 



9,463 

414,351 

9,425,845 



3,455 

484,722 

13,060,955 



52,340 
64,318 

3,559 
82,275 
42,314, 

3,654 
233,534 

2,050 



57,530 
74,266 

5,152 
76,413 
23,551 

3,428 
181,899 

3,648 



8,048, 6,374 
492,092! 432,261 



9,587 
112,568 

'"'4,753 
365,550 



895,148 



1,530 



1897. 



1898. 



181,733 

2,749,953 

1,835,721 

2,310,710 

100,218 

226,000 

9,265,326 

546 



1899. 



297,491 

5,167,043| 

3,320,718! 

1,729,4441 

104,287 

827,973; 

21,933,102, 

l,433j 



178,637 

6,411,495 

3,536,937 

1,837,303 

123,493 

572,593 

14,043,972 

3,926 



17,432,255: 33,780,652 



8,167 
122,570 

"l,88l| 
468,399! 



4,097 
165,848 

3^559 
554,759 



1,720,361 5,446,016 



10,593 



1,389,141 



18,054,556 13,610,065 12,934,230 



23,806, 

105,218; 

1,609: 

23,173 

14,044; 

33,836, 

19,7291 

9,160i 

955 1 

8, 464 1 

339 



18,957: 
1,138! 



18,154 22,510 38,48/ 



81,871 

1,242 

10,336; 

421 

29,9931 

22,089l 

16,9031 

555' 

6, 749 1 

416 



33,870 
1,853 



261,028! 224,073< 



93,173 

1,601 

6,652 

2,337 

42,570 

22,969 

12,128 

816 

6,440 

157 



29,454 

240,807' 



12i>,995 

1,401 

21,306 

17,937 

47,270 

30,443 

9,570 

2, .388 

8,416 

1,827 



32,071 
3.38,111 



39,535 

344,279 

1,801 

19,305 

39,579 

.53,215 

59,291 

15,480 

1,448 

9,011 

1,383 



37,766: 



2,331,971 



19,807,900 



12,126 



6,186,405 
39,986,973 



27,127,113 



3,326 
168,120 



3,961 
396,568 



3,145,874 



5,288 



3,723,137 



30,920,633 



7,825 



504 



5,236 1,590 732 



3,200 358 



622,093 



8,329i 



8,436 



523 



1,948 



1,255 



1900. 



146, 

4,758, 

2,489, 

2,003, 

155, 

335, 

16,368, 

1, 



055 

778 

048 
164 
694 
899 
889 
260 



27,795,181 



10,939 
145,206 



2,496 
474,991 



2,800,347 



15,225 



3,449,204 
31,289,893 



3,690 



215 



3,905 



19 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 190t 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


EXTEEED FOR HOME CONSUMPTION. 






1899. 


1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Brim moulds and moulds and 




283 
74,140 

33,597 
108,251 


% cts. 


107',387 
1,255,278 


109 
84,105 

43,772 
134,384 


S cts. 


2 
3 

4 


Bristles lbs. 

British gum, dressine, sizing 
cream and enamel sizing it 


106,725 
891,917 


3,224 29 


4,233 45 














5 




3,521 
156,541 


704 50 
37,059 71 




• 2,777 
188,970 


553 95 


g 


Brushes 




46,406 29 




Total brooms and brushes 

Bullion fringe 











160,062 


37,764 21 




191,747 


46,960 24 






7 




2,645 

122,662 

26,882 

2,626 

198 

1,095 






4,319 






Buttons, all kinds, N.O.P 

Buttons, pantaloon, wholly of 
metal " ... gross . 

Shoe buttons, papier mache gross . 

Shoe buttons, N.E.S i. 

Lastings, mohair cloth, or other 
manufactures of cloth, import- 
ed by manufactures of buttons 
for use in their own factories, 
and woven and made in patt- 
erns of such size, shape, or 
form, and cut in such manner, 
as to be fit for covering buttons, 
exclusively 


, 








8 
9 

10 


82,109 


40,213 27 
6,594 42 


79,323 

41,851 

2,819 


152,057 

31,901 
3,718 
1,599 

523 


51,506 48 
7,879 43 


11 

12 


528 


49 38 


393 69 




Total buttons 














153,463 


46,857 07 




189,798 


59,779 60 




Candles- 
Tallow lbs. 

Paraffine wax ., 

All otlier, including sperm ... n 

Total candles .i 

Carpets, mats and rugs, N.E.S.— 
Carpeting, rugs, mats and 

matting of straw 

Carpets and squares, N.E.S.. . yds. 
Cocoa mats and matting 






13 
14 
15 


390,911 

62,331 

470,367 


33.803 

5;856 

41,585 


8,450 13 
1,715 27 
9,875 54 


98,460 

27,663 

497,592 


8,074 

3,671 

51,851 


2,015 38 

1,061 38 

12,318 02 




923,609 


81,244 


20,040 94 


623,715 


63,596 


15,394 78 


16 




21,2.56 

87,608 

4,035 

84.764 


5,275 19 

23,948 36 

957 01 

27,193 15 




40,624 

129, 0S3 

6,204 

106,277 


10,146 56 


18 


138,595 


202,331 


34,749 10 
1,415 94 


19 


Mats and rugs, including dof>r 
aad carriage, N.E.S 

Total carpets, mats and rugs. 




33,442 24 






197,663 


57,373 71 




282,188 


79,753 84 




Carpet sweepers No. 


28,838 




20 


4,726 


1,417 20 


15,584 3,270 


981 00 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



39 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Vah 



Value. 



1896. 



9h 
.57,539 

20,578 
109,909 



1,683 
91,522 

93,205 



2,240 
176,969 



4,262 



2,647 

183,878 



1897. 



256 
53,547 

16,986 
81,373 



1,348 
104,158 

105,506 



2,737 

135,631 

'4'029 



1,977 
141,657 



11,995 28,447 

4,072 2,882 

34,902 30,435 



50,969 



61,764 



81,499 
10,984 

78,827 
171,310 



87,914 
7,099 

65,333 
160,346 



1898. 



142 

59,295 

25,251 
106,330 



1,902 
138,758 



140,660 



2,848 



105,787 

22,376 
2,812 
1,325 



2,805 
135,105 



4,311 

7,422 

76,226 

87,959 



12,305 

56,245 

4,593 

67,634 

140,777 

5,011 



1899. 



283 
74,140 

32,194 
108,251 



3,521 
156,026 

159,54: 



2,645 



122,237 

26,869 

2,626 

198 



1,095 
153,025 



31,285 

6,022 

38.959 

76,266 



21,360 

87,384 

4,035 

84,547 

197,326 

4,726 



1900. 



109 
84,105 

43,961 
1.34,384 



2,777 
188,227 

191,004 



4,319 



152,549 

3I,8()5 
3,718 
1,599 



1896. 



1897. 



1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



20,788 



523 
190,254 



6,764 
3,620 

49,228 

59,612 



40,624 
119,235 

6,289 

105,585 



271,733 
3,270 



20,788 
68 



20,245 



20,245 



10,061 



10,061 



284 



284 



180 



329 



12 



180 



42 



42 



329 



1,885 



l,8a5 



20 



40 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Carriages — 

1; Buggies* and carriages No. 

% Farm wagons and farm carts, . n 
Freight wagons, drays and 

similar vehicles n 

Pleasure carts and similar 

vehicles, N.E.S 

Parts of above vehicles, includ- 
ing parts of cutters, child- 
ren's carriages and sleds, 

N.O.P 

Railway passenger cars, 1st 

class No. 

Elailvvay passenger cars, 2nd 

class 

Railway passenger cars, tram 

or horse No. 

Railway box and flat cars n 

Railway or road scrapers n 

Parts of railway cars 

Sleighs and cutters No, 

Wheelbarrows and hand-carts, n 
Bicycles, tricycles and veloci- 
pedes, &C II 

Bicycles, and tricycles, parts of .... 
Children's carriages and sleds. No, 
All other carriages, not other- 
wise enumerate 1 



21 



22 



Total carriages. 



Cash Registers No. 

Cases for jewels and watches, 
cases for silver and plated ware, 
and for cutlery 

Celluloid, nrf'ctrs of, N.E.S 

Celluloid, moulded into sizes for 
handles of knives and forks, 
&c. ,also moulded celluloid balls 
and cylinders coated with tin- 
foil or not, but not finished or 
further manufactured 

Celluloid, xylonite or xyolite in 
sheets and in lumps, blocks or 
balls in the rough 



Entered fok Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. Value. Duty. 



Cement, hydraulic, or waterlime, 

ground cwt. 

II Portland n 

N.E.S 

!i manufacturer, N.O.P 



Total cement. 



654 

1,827 

60T 
163 



32 



15 

314 

1,496 

'418 
8,099 

26,300 

10"823 



1,678 
1,300,424 



38,644 

78,455 

26,203 
7,324 

27,585 

67,839 

775 

6,198 

32,. 362 

11,598 

209,449 

6,431 
25,399 

490,195 

319,178 

20,090 



1,367,725 



(7,715 



8,112 
16,331 



2 

22,772 



694 

467,994 
8,929 
2,797 



480,414 



$ cts. 

13,305 14 
19,615 25 

6,550 75 

2,301 47 



9,609 03 

20,3.51 70 

232 50 

1,859 40 
9,708 60 
3,479 40 
62,000 32 
1,756 23 
7,618 05 

147,039 85 

95,143 13 

5,617 30 



1900. 



Quantity. 



Value. I • Duty. 



695 
1,194 

570 

138 



41,483 
54,982 

24,319 

4,895 



34,111 
21,474 



19 

708 

1,992 



945 
9,566 

14,831 

' 9^376 



7,042 

125,787 
15,001 

442,992 
15.137 
40,446 

238,952 
331,374 

7,472 



406,188 12 I 1,405,467 



23,314 50 



2,700 46 
3,154 00 



20 



209 SO 

147,H5 69 

1,773 50 

500 99 



1,065 



10,418 
1,301,301 



149,629 98' 



115,104 



8,564 
19,613 



27,136 



4,711 

498,607 

10,452 

3,870 



517,640 



$ cts. 

14,497 74 
13,719 53 

6,066 70 

1,713 25 



11,849 93 
6,442 20 



2,112 60 
37,733 10 

4,500 30 
132,838 20 

3,925 61 
12,130 58 

71,662 83 

99,152 07 

2,614 95 



420,959 59 



34,531 80 



2,989 36 
3,825 10 



1,302 13 

147,066 98 

2,029 10 

676 85 



151,075 06 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 1C 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



41 



1806. I 1897. 



Imports. 



Value. 



Exports. 



28,552 
44,799 

7,725 

13,733 
27,584 
20,431 



23,480 

5,183 

137,103 

10,000 

17,290 

744,687 

319,243 

2,614 



1,410,473 



7,369 
6,510 



52 
18,9:^0 



8,727 

240,388 

3,767 



18,004 
45,963 

4,253 

10,832 



1898. 



29,745 
79,084: 

16,1121 

5, 958 1 



1899. 



47,047 
78,033 

26,203 

7,665 



21,446 27.585 



1 H. 



481 



5,478 
55,683 

8,273' 

346,860 

11,549 

23,478! 

795.705 

284,713 

5,138 



I 
5,525, 

2,000j 

2,543' 
36,659 
26,507 
164,703 
10,597 
24,631 

605,963 

279,752 

5,419 



67,839 
775 

6,198 

32,362 

11,598 

209,139 

6,451 
25,399 

497,161 

319,421 

20,090 



1,630,4101 1,316,644' 1,382,966 



6,100 
5,801 



48,107 



8,504 
7,491 



51 36' 

14,147 23,867 



77,715 



8,112 
16,382 



2 

22,772 



1900. 



41,928 
56,482 

24,319 

5,240 



34,111 
21,474 



Value. 



7,012 

12.5,787 

15,001 

442,992 

15,137 

40,44§ 

234,384 

342,122 

7,472 



1,413,937 



115,104 



8,556 
19,613 



1896. 



31,809 
4,239 

24,162 



1897. 



1898. 



1899. 



21,569 
6,368 

17,102 
2,860 



23,437 
3,302 

8,413 
36 



24,164 
4,212 

6,806 
3,925 



1900. 



$ 



20,050 
9,759 

7,089 
6,733 



53,134 
113,344 



325,115 
13,402 



15,800 



402,210 



396,414 
39,519 



9,167 



480,288 



258,444 
40,071 



24,314 



361,936 



182,437 
19,892 



9,678 
255,038 



27,130 



3,968 

258,913 

4,318 



7,097 0941 4,711 

309,720. 471,9511 501 
3,203 8,9291 10 

3, 



1,353 2,797 

252,882' 2(i7,19o! ,381,4.33' 484,371 



,7in 

,521 j I ^ 
,49llr ' 

,870 j 



520,593 



948 
7,948 



6,928 



7,589 



6,928 



7,589 



6,710 



6,710 



7,723 

7,723 



42 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



10 



• 

ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 


1 
1 

i 


1900. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Cherry heat welding compound 




% 


% cts. 




% 


8 cts. 


Chronometers and compasses for 
ships . . 




2,429 

14,746 

241 

1,023 






4 002 








2,818 05 




ll',919' '" 2,366 i5 

213 26 35 

1,154 145 78 


Cider, not clarified or refined — galls. 
M clarified or refined n 

Clocks and clock cases of all kinds 


812 

1,088 


40 60 
107 25 


527 
1,458 




184,989 
1,731 


45,500 14 
423 74 




191,754 47 TOQ .^1 


Clock keys and clock movements 




6,606 


1,642 53 


Total clocks, &c., &c 

Clothes wringers No. 

Cloths, not rubbered or made 
waterproof, whether of wool, 
cotton, union, silk or ramie, 60 
inches or over in width and 
weighing not more than 7 oz. to 
the square yard, when imported 
exclusively for the manufacture 
of mackintosh clothing under 
regulations to be adopted by 
Governor in Council yds. 

Clothing and wearing apparel, 
N.O.P. (exports) 






186,720 


45,923 88 




198,360 


49,351 84 


9,454 
160,283 


13,452 

28,947 


4,707 50 
3,322 07 


9,960 

221,682 




17,060 
40,058 


5,971 00 
4,516 36 


Coal and coke, &c. :— 

Anthracite coal and dust tons. 

Coal, bituminous n 

., dust, N.E.S 

Charcoal. 












1,745,460 

2,171,358 

276,547 


6,490,509 

3,691,946 

44,717 


1,146,448 84 
7,981 71 


1,(554,401 

2,439,764 

330,174 


6,602,912 

4,310,964 

98,349 


l" 291,375 60 
17,743 56 


Cinders 














Coke tons. 

Total coal, coke, &c ,i 

Cocoanuts, imported from place 
of growth by vessels direct to a 

Canadian port No. 

Cocoanuts, N.E.S ., 

Cocoanuts, desiccated, sweetened 
or not lbs. 

Total cocoanuts 


141,284 


362,826 




187,878 


506,839 








4,334,649 


10,589,998 


1,154.430 55 


4,612,217 


11,519,064 


1.309,119 16 


1,440,978 
325,950 

4,813 


23,458 
7,4()1 

461 


6,417 69 
3,260 00 

217 13 


1,638,210 

211,288 

.33,905 


26,880 
5,248 

3,479 


6,528 21 
2,112 87 

1,591 84 




31,380 


9,894 82 





35,607 


10.232 92 


Cocoa, beans, not roasted, crushed 
or ground lbs. 

Cocoa paste, chocolate paste 

cocoas and cocoa butter m 

ocoa shells and nibs, chocolate 
and other preparations of cocoa .. 

Total eccoa and preparations of n 




' 


622,560 
526,308 
455,194 


99,387 
101,718 
110,177 


19,517 14 
19,180 87 


779,050 
750,263 
460,611 


117,761 
150,447 
118,155 




27,166 85 
21,525 17 


1,604,062 


311,282 


38,698 01 


1,989,924 


386,363 


48,692 02 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, ifcc. — Continued. 



43 



Imports, 



Exports. 



Value. 



Value. 



1896. 



1897. 



391 

2,156 

5,268 

223 



119,188 
2,485 

121,673 



32,142 



5,667,096 

3,623,238 

55,031 



203,826 
9,549,191 

14,589 

7,862 

2,243 
24,694 

45,897 
55,739 

78,865 



361 

3,282 

7,571 

415 

1,010 



115,118 
2,929 

118,047 



6,818 



1898. 



15,949 



3,811 

6,806 

139 

1,130 



161,902 
1,878 



163,780 



13,955 



1899. 



1900. 



1896. 



1897 



33,009 



5,695,168 
3,522,911 

58,088 



267,540 
9,543,707 



16,448 
5,581 

1,142 

23,171 



58,795 
70,850 
74,046 



5,847,685 

3,599,144 

46,092 



347,040 
9,839,961 



2,429 

13,476 

241 

99C 



184,667 
1,731 

186,398 



13,452 



27,796 



6,490,509 

3,699,629 

44,524 



362,826 
10,597,488 



21,435! 24,367 
6,556 7,461 



890 

28,881 

63,822 
76,671 
97,742 



180,501 203,691 238,235 



437 
32,265 



4,002 

11,563 

213 

1,174 



192,912 
6,606 

199,518 



17,060 



45,051 



61,021 



6,602,912 
4,448,254 3,457,465 
98,444 



500,839 
11,656,449 

26,4p5 

5,248 

3,775 
35,428 



99,387j 117,761 
100,692; 151,653 



107,498 
307,577 



121,407 
390,821 



36,086 
2,125 
74 



3,495,750 



1898. 



71 



12 



1899. 



1900. 



17 



125 



46,603 



44,027 



48,017 



3,560,827 



26,9.30 

922 

3,802 



3,592,481 



3,456,059 3,718,826 



5,181! 



6,840 

I 50 

7,800 16,484 



3,469,040 3,742,200 



190,372 



4,771,441 



2,837 

66 

33,770 

^08,114 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



10 



11 



12 



13 



14 



15 



19 



Coffee, green, imported direct. . . lbs. 

„ ■ N.E.S 

„ extract of, N. E. S., or 
substitutes therefor of 

all kinds n 

M roasted or ground, when 
not imported direct from 
country of giowth and 

production i. 

II roasted or ground, and 
imitations of and substi- 
tutes for II 

II condensed with milk n 

Chicorj^ raw or green, and sub- 
stitutes for coffee, N.E.S n 

Chicory, kiln-dried, roasted or 
ground, and substitutes for 
coffee composed of roots or 
vegetables n 

Total, coflfee and imita- 
tions of, and chicory. . n 



Coir and coir 



Quantity. 



Collars and cuffs : — 
Collars of cotton or linen, xylon- 
ite, xyolite or celluloid doz. 

Cuflfs of II 11 pairs, 

Total, collars and cuffs 



CoDfibs for dress and toilet, of all 
kinds 

Communion plate imported by 
and for the use of churches. . . . 



Cordage and twine and manufac- 
tures of : — 

Binder twine, of hemp, jute 
nianilla or sisal and of man- 
ilia and sisal mixed from 

Jan. 1, 1898 lbs. 

Binder twine, articles for the 
manufacture of, from Jan. 1, 

1898 

Cordage, cotton and cotton- 
braided cords lbs. 

Cordage of all kinds, N.E.S. . n 
Twine foi harvest binders of 
hemp, jute, manilla or sisal 
and of sisal and manilla mix- 
ed to Jan. 1, 1898 

Twine, of all kinds, N.E.S.. . lbs. 



4,748,691 
409,968 



48,135 



363,682 



56,481 
456 



375 



128,733 



5,756,521 



127.612 



72,415 
12,520 



Value. 



461,353 
45,466 



3,956 



53,386 



5,114 
160 



19 



1900. 



Duty. Quantity. 



$ cts. 
4,544 '46 
1,395 44 



4,451,473 
469,097 



50,703 



12,602 lOj 355,614 

1,129 56' 50,464 

40 36 13,496 

11 25 



Value. Duty. 



442,180! 
48,968 

4,304 



% cts, 
4, 896 'so 
1,474 57 



61,9271 13,300 06 



5,1981 1,009 28 
3,276! 978 47 



4, 923 1 4,207 31 77,539; 



2,956 2,787 20 



574,377 23,930 42t 5,468, 



6,885 



i 128,402 



63,867 18,268 79! 66,f 
2,069 615 41! 10, J 



568,809 24,446 38 



6.757 



65,936 



18,884 20 



63,438 
2,623 



66,061 



19,365 21 
746 43 



20,111 64 



122,443 34,770 52 ^ . 
11,631 1. 



I 153,131 
9,987 



49,093 40 



10,629,286 



276,613 
331,342 



290,496 



818,412; 



68,775 

31,083 
30,626 



36,365 



7,268 42 
7,548 51 



',703 21 



8,017,688 



172,826 
325,339 



866,892 



32,256 



24,036 5,846 aS 
43,121 10,053 84 



253,260 33,731 7,467 46 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &lc. — Continued. 



45 





Imports. 






Exports. 




Value. 






Value. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1 
1899. 

. 1 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 1899. 

1 


1900. 


% 


a 


S 


$ 


S 


$ 


§ 


§ 


628,577 
17,738 


653,751 
24,091 


442,873 
33,077 


461,353 

49,487 


442,180 
48,414 


^ 










3,407 


3,085 


4,665 


3,938 


4,278 












27,167 


39,912 


43,104 


52,828 


66,378 


1 

)■ 4,024 

1 


6,004 


14,069 


7,738 12,632 


1,885 
329 


2,866 
143 


5,549 
472 


4,867 
160 


5,226 
3,253 


1 

i 






! 


2 


103 


97 


19 




1 










4,773 


4,112 


5,275 


4,468 


2,774 








■ 




683,878 


728,063 

8,856 


535,112 

8,561 


577,120 
6,885 


572,503 
6,757 


i 1 

4,0241 6,0041 14,069i 7,738 


12,632 


7 255 


..:...! ! "" 








; 1 


1 1 


46,193 
4,962 


35,522 
3,183 

38,705 

73,736 
7,792 


57,986 
2,254 

60,240 

87,062 
6,602 


61,637 
2,043 

63,680 
123,218 


()3,892 
2,644 

66,536 
153,249 










-— --^^:— -- 















51,155 








88,044 
3,881 








11,631 


9,987 








.. . 

1 
1 






! 1 1 






364,637 


818,412 


866,892 


1 














19,745 


68,775 


32,256 


! 
J 










21,454 
43,069 


15,856 
54,024 


23,492 
30,442 


29,816 
30,180 


24,413 
43,318 


'l' 150,015 


119,169 


152,322 


141,170 


183,409 


155,929 
32,962 


181,817 
26,212 


126,467 
j 25,496 


36,103 


33ji2 


J 











14 



19 



46 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



i 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of 



18 



ARTICLES 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. 



Cf)rdage and twine — Con. 

Twines, manufactures of, viz. :- 
hammocks, and lawn tennis 
nets and ether like articles, 
N.E.S. . 

Total cordage and twine 
and manufactures of . . . 



Value. Duty. 



cts. 



12,052 3,563 47 



997,3131 26,083 61 



IfiOO. 



Quantity. Value, j Duty. 

I 



§ cts. 



13,645 4,043 64 



Corsets. . 

Corset clasps, busks, blanks, steels 
and corset wires, tipped or uu- 
tipped . . lbs . 

Costumes and scenery, theatrical 



11,874 



Cotton and manufactures of 

Duck, gray or white, N.E.S. 

Embroideries, white 

White or bleached cotton fab- 
rics, N.E.S 

Gray, unbleached cotton fabrics 

Book-binding cloth 

Duck, for belting and hose, 
when imported by manufac- 
turers of rubber goods 

Printed or dyed cotton fab- 
rics, N.E.S 

Jeans and coutilles. imported 
by corset and dress stay 
makers for use in their fac- 
tories 

Damask, &c., of cotton, N.O.P 

Handkerchiefs. . 

Hosiery, N.E.S 

Wadding, batting, batts and 
warps and carpet- warps, not 
bleached, dyed or col 
oured 

Knitting yarn, hosiery yarn 
or other cotton yarn under 
No. 40, not bleached, dyed 

, or coloured 

Wadding, batting, warps, &c., 
dyed or coloured 

Knitting yarn, hosiery yam, 
&c., dyed or coloured 

Cotton warp, N.E.S 

Warp on beams 

Seamless bags 

Sheets 

Shirts of cotton 

Sewing thread on spools 

Sewing cotton thread in 
hanks, black, bleached or 
unbleached, 3 and 6 cords. . . 



99,032 32,556 15 

i 
4,082| 1,424 851 
6,194i 1,313 30: 



13,232 



yds. 
yds. 



198,936; 



7,024,720 
1,566,297 



yds. 



lbs. 



yds. 
lbs. 

doz. 



lbs. 



35,896,118 
1,240,354 



76,449 

191,000 

33,583 

116,205 
41,217 
22,429 
23,712 

' 6,756 



508,533 



33,133 7,382 70 
178,489 42,765 .53 

488,817! 105,735 53 
65, 559 1 15,405 02 
29,965 



84,288 
3,134,186 901,035 28 



446,3! 



1,013,681 ; 27,411 77 



75,459 26,204 46 



3,668 1,278 30 
5,460 1,092 00 



52,993! 11,796 45 
298,183| 74,431 81 



6,075,182 
2,799,300 



93,418 

7,970 

160, 4«8 

62,492 



6,411 

40,164 

3,572 

23,836 

4.456 

731 

2,887 

2,296 

29,783 

283,977 

253,496 



18,532 84 

1,994 36 

44,093 50 

20,436 39 



1,602 49 

8,854 85 
878 98 

5,244 59 
941 07 
176 12 
574 69 
643 98 

8,678 68 
59,395 20 

28,567 47 



34,337,758 



1,285,805 



187,857 

138,808 

48,990 

383,019 
43,340 

27,807 
48,390 



9,559 



672,062 



506,501 

115,829 

34,346 



119,883 
3,228,548 



114,210 

7,910 

143,591 

54,024 



12,070 

30,660 
5,901 

69,076 
5,818 
1,360 
6,243 
4,606 

38,749 
256,514 

389,285 



104,628 19 
25,746 14 



911,284 91 



22,718 51 

2,000 47 

39,613 28 

17,891 33 



3,015 92 

6,800 91 

1,414 21 

13,96() 56 

1,198 94 

334 44 

1,179 75 

1,258 06 

11,639 31 

55,442 30 

43,931 42 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Imports into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



47 



Imports. 


EXPOKTS. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. 

4,007 
281,916 


1898. 

7,999 
598,278 


1899. 
12,052 


1900. 

! 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


S 
7 618 


1 
13,557 


$ 


$ 


$ 


% 


S 














261,032 


995,338 


1,014,148 


150,015 


119,169 


152,322 


141,170 


183,409 


■- 




63,824 

9,481 
3,4.53 


93,583 

4,068 
6,319 


75,903 

3,665 
5,460 


14,606 

7 281 


12,028 
4,014 


































776,592 


924,753 



. 527,557 


422,470 


423,564 






46,181 
113,726 

271,434 

44,683 
28,557 

89,687 
2,467, i:0 

88,221 

7,086 

104,123 

29,509 

7,853 

19,534 

2,760 

7,394 

7,363 

174 

10,526 

986 

22,566 

366,433 

205,251 


33,133 
177,109 

483,637 
66,935 
29,9()5 

84,288 
3,091,489 

93,708 

7,970 

159,872 

62,479 

6,411 

40,264 

3,572 

23,836 

4,456 

731 

2,887 

2,296 

29,570 

282,864 

253,496 


53,117 

297,892 

512,396 

130,318 

34,346 

119,883 
3,304,729 

114,210 

7,919 

144,881 

54,024 

12,070 

30,660 

5,901 

68,921 

: 5,818 

1,360 

6,243 

4,606 

38,588 

255,237 

389,285 


167 972 




182,973 
98,645 
23,686 

73,946 
2,176,012 

76,449 


101,032 
18,542 

59,820 
2,576,379 

76,804 





























i 


















11.5,540 


130,439 



•• "•• 








.......... 


13,154 

9,841 

5,865 

5,9.39 
2 701 


10,632 

7,841 

2,827 
i 

j 6,885 

8,061 

818 

^' 11,055 

'48,154 
318,908 

1 

136,331 






. 


• 














685 










14,005 

46,791 
317 322 


















» 




211,061 






















48 



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64 VICTORIA. A. 1901 
No. 1 1. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



lbs. 
No. 



Cotton and manufactures of — Con. 

Crochet cotton thread on 
spools or tubes or in balls 

All other cotton thread, N, 
E.S .^. 

Bed quilts of cotton, >N. O, 
P 

Clothing (including corsets 
prior to 1898) 

Blouses and shirt waists 

Cotton bags made by the use 
of the needle, not other- 
wise provided for 

Cotton belting 

Lanipwicks 

Prunella for Loots and shoes 

Shawls 

Socks and stockings of cot- 
ton . . doz. pairs. 

Tape, not dyed or coloured 

M dyed or coloured 

Towels 

Undershirts and drawers. . . 

Uncoloured cotton faeries, viz . : 
Scrims and window scrims, 
cambric cloth, muslin apron 
checks, brilliants, cords, 
piques, diapers, lenos, mos- 
quito netting : Swiss, jaconet 
and cambr c muslins, and 
plain, striped or checked 
lawns 

Velveteens, cotton velvets and 
cotton plush 

Winceys of all kinds, not other- 
wise provided for 

Winceys, checked, striped or 
fancy cotton winceys, over 
twenty-five inches wide 

Cotton yarn, No. 40 and 
finer 

Cotton yarn, polished or glazed, 
when imported by manufac- 
turers of shoe laces for the 
manufacture of such goods 
in their own factories 

Cotton waste 

Cotton wool 

All other manufactures of cot- 
ton, N.E.S 

Total cotton and manu- 
factures of 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantitj'^ . | Value. Duty. \ Quantity 



31,007 
89,003 



70,26/ 



15,111 

8,064 



§ cts. 

3,711 03 

1,884 73 



62,987 15,474 51 

336,279' 105,996 34 
24,4231 8,114 26 



51,774 

108,782 



28,542 
'27,072 

7,385; 

2,900 
7061 



9,888 39 
4,669 22 
1,751 08 

183 53 



yds. 



78,242 25, .%2 35 

1.^7101 3,146 49 

15,849! 4,400 89' 

33,200 7,777 58 

13,873 4,637 32 



86,171 



,905,466 

,027,887 



lbs. 



1,294,614 



263,270 
809,661 



157,020 
223,283 



212,365 



171,638 
3,129,579 

60,231 



31,529 47| 1,894,797 
53,036 34 933,642 



20,158 66 



1.574,961 4« 



1900. 



Value. 



15,607 

12,305 

79,563 

367,359 
32,864 



17,651 

*31,164 

10,270 

4,516 

359 

92,951 
22,906 
17,140 
36,663 
16,181 



158,847 
213,204 



937,946 220,372 



3,188 

5,570,526 

54,912,849 



1,240 

279,647 

4,229,198 

39,449 



11,395,771 



Duty. 



•S cts. 

3,804 69 

2,956 06 

18,914 48 

118,851 77 
10,987 47 



5,978 20 
5,364 10 
2,419 64 



87 64 

30,252 80 

4, .599 90 
5,032 44 
8,603 16 
5,492 53 



31,626 61 
52,571 64 



12,821 44 



1.670 fi57 4S 



Belting of all kinds except of leather and rubber.' 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports . 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. ^ 1898. 

! 
1 


1899. 

$ 

14,974 

8,064 

62,489 

335,134 
24,423 

28,542 

*26,756 

7,071 

2,900 

756 

76,194 
15.872 
15,835 
33,549 
13,948 

156,504 
220,254 


1900. 

15,607 

12,305 

80,305 

372,482 
32,864 

17,651 

*30,941 

10,950 

4,516 

359 

93,019 
22,893 
15,985 
36,849 
16,535 

159,518 


1896. 


1897. 


1 
1898. ' 1899. 

i 


1900. 


2,323 
2,765 

82,544 
344,889 


2,997 

3,368 

49,936 

309 256 


13,321 

6,172 

51,411 

Sm 409 


^ 


$ 














24!981 












2,597 

11,985 

6,491 

3,313 

727 


6,813 
19,302 
8,. 509 
7,123 
2,432 

72,808 
21^259 


26,798 

*20,440 

6,969 

5,482 

1,385 

49,965 
8,989 
9,743 

28,610 
6,322 

no.fitri 















'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'.'. 


:::..::::: 







79,951 


























26,778 












189,487 


100,399 










217,823 
829 


223,6731 '>^>*^14n 


217,722 




\ 




226 

' 53 

163,180 



' 172,548 
3,117,092 

18 244 












174,280 


154,622 

'208,727 
3,875,847 

AO 1 rtn 


212,365 

171,638 
3,129,579 

60,233 


220,372 

1,240 

279,647 

4,229,198 

39,998 




1 

i 

j 



















321,192 
2,845,371 

17 632 


46,746 


35,644 50,520; 41,540 

j ! 


59,781 












8,074,430 


j 

7,613,540 9,126,284 

i 


9,501,048 


11,503,360 823,338 


900,3971 578 077 464,010 

i 


483,345 



10- 



50 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



No. 11. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
-Itemized Statement showing the Values of 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 


1900. 




■Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. Value. 

1 


Duty. 


1 






20,300 
14,350 

390,379 
7,779 
1,898 

. 55,020 


% cts. 
3,255 17 




% 

2.3,076 
20,571 

4.37,985 

7,346 

732 

49,684 


$ cts. 
3 701 20 


2 
3 


Crucibles, clay (jr plumbago = . . 

Curtains, when made up, trimmed 

or untrimmed 

Curling stones No . 

Cyclometers and pedcnieters 





; 

115,041 55 

1 1,571 

477 30! 

13,668 81 


130,.515 23 
183 00 


4 


1,741 


6 


Dressing, harness, leather and 
shof . 




12 355 38 




Drugs, dyes, chemicals and medi- 
cines : — 

Drugs, chemicals and medicines 
(exports) 

Dve stuffs, N.E.S. (exports) 






7 
8 














9 


Acids- 
Acid boracic lbs. 


71,385 

494 

1,917 

1L319 

156,047 

223,075 

72,444 

165,637 

1,328,647 

14,249 
437,976 


4,437 
163 

1,789 
606 

9,253 

6,034 
4,711 
2,427 

37,434 
2,940 

2,111 
35,511 


70 57 

2,448 97 

129 81 

"2, 308 4.5 
1,187 05 

"598'52 
7,495 80 

6,423 '75 


93,883 .5.910 




10 
11 
12 
13 

14 
15 
16 
17 

18 

19 

20 


Acetic and pyrol igneous, N. 
E.S., not exceeding proof 
strength . . . galls . 

Acetic and pyroligneous, in 
excess of the strength of 
proof 1. 

Acid, acetic and pyrolig- 
neous crude of any strength 
not exceeding 30 per cent . i. 

Glacial acetic or acetic acid 
exceeding the strength of 
proof, when imjiorted by 
druggists and otlier than 
dyers, calico printers, or 
manufa .turers of vinegar 
or acetates or colours, to 
be used in their own fac- 
tories for purpo.ses of ma- 
nufacture other than those 
above mentioned 

Acid phos})hate lbs . 

Acid, muriatic and nitric — i. 

Acid, oxalic m 

Acid, sulphuric n 

Acid, sulphuric and nitric 
combined and all mixed 
acids II 

Acid tannic, blood albumen 

Acid tartar emetic and gray 
tartar lbs . 

Aci.i8, another, N.E.S... . 

Acids for medicinal, r'hemical 
or manufacturing purposes, 
N.O.P... 


210 

1,876 

589 

199^433 
108,-520 
131,559 

. 740,858 

675,057 
10,385 


84 

1,409 

257 

■ " 10,202 
3,122 
8, .566 
7,066 

22,397 
6,083 

1.586 


68 79 

2,269 81 

54 62 

"2,550 58 
623 60 

"V,762'99 
4,478 05 


21 
22 


271,508 3:^,202 


6,131 10 






1 





i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Imports into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



51 



Imports. 


Exports. 


i 
Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. 
16,348 


1898. \ 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


22,958 


\ 
19 247' 


90 .^00 


23,076 
20,571 

442,074 

7,346 

732 

49,722 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


12^533 Ti's-^O 













286,071 
5,182 


262,828 
7,540 


313,235 
6,893 
3,552 

56,182 


392,020 

7,779 
1,898 

54,835 





• • 














39,272 


47,799 


























109,391 
45,285 


126,358 


472.092 


290,952 
14,724 




327,367 
5,153 












24,075 18..537 


3,630 
12 


2,653 

55 

480 

334 

51 
9,241 
9,462 
8,575 
8,033 

15,759 
9,337 
7,497 

36,749 


4,296 
139 
561 
555 


4,437 

43 

1,640 

606 


5,910 

66 

2,472 

257 




' 


666 












632 












449 








• 


9,692 
13,458 


9,463 
9; 439 
5,740 
5,536 

19,837 
J 8,771 

1 1,355 
23,681 


9,068 

15,212 

4,711 

2,427 

37,434 
2,940 

2,111 
34,746 


10,202 
3,122 

8,566 
7,066 

22,397 
6,083 

1,586 
35,511 














• 






6,796 




1,430 
8,041 


4o7 


64 


91 


104 


67 












i 11,050 












1,086 












37,974 














1 

















22 



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64 VICTORIA. A. 1901 
No 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



20 



ARTICLES. 



-Con. 



Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c. 

Aloes, unground 

Alum in biilk only, ground or 

unground and alum cake lbs. 

Alumina, sulphate of n 

Ammonia, sulphate of i. 

n nitrate of n 

Aniline dyes, N.O.P. in pack- 
ages, less than 1 lb. weight. i. 
Aniline dyes and coal tar dyes 
in bulk or packages of not 

less than lib m 

Alazarineand artificial alazarine n 
Aniline salts and arseniate of 

aniline. n 

Aniline oil, crude n 

Annatto, liquid or solid. .i 

Antiseptic surgical dressing 

Antimony, not ground, pulver- 
ized or otherwise manufac- 
tured lbs. 

Antimony salts i. 

Argols or argal, not refined ... m 
Arsenic .. 

Bacteriological products or ser- 
ums for sub-cutaneous injec- 
tions 

Beans, viz : — 

Nux- Vomica, crude only lbs. 

Tonquin, crude only ti 

Vanilla, crude only .i 

Berries for dyeing, or used for 

composing dyes n 

Borax, ground or unground, in 

bulk of not less than 25 lbs. . n 
Brimstone, crude, or in roll or 

flour, and sulphur crude, in 

roll or flour n 

Bromine n 

Burgundy pitch 

Camwood and sumac and ex- 
tract thereof n 

Cinchona bark 

Caynogcn or compound of bro- 
mine and ]X)tassium for re- 
aucing metals in mining op- 
erations lbs. 

Chloralum or chloride of alum- . 
inium i 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. 



4,082,110 

884,604 

780,685 

5,601 

2,175 



541,734 
98,469 

96,189 

5,740 

60,128 



Value. 



41,387 

9,266 

108,325 

681 

653 



159.143 
20,516 

10,464 

655 

11,438 

20,838 



1900. 



Duty, j Quantity. 



§ cts. 



100 24 



4,049 25 



4,358,576 

832,875 

176,590 

22,062 

23,724 



865,225 
85,233 

156,519 
10,528 
41,678 



Value. Duty 



157,599 

131,467 

38,117 

582,383 



1,858 
2,584 
5,795 

5,787 

1,820,006 



24,517,026 

2,034 

412 



784,858 



Chloride of lime 

Cochineal 

Cream of tartar in crystals. 



Dragon's blood 

Dyes, patent, prepared. 



2,660 

17,319 

,094,469 

33,187 

782,870 

232 
17,654 



12,8901 
3,9611 
1,885! 

24,203 



10,572 

100 

2,261 

26,997 

490 

65,664 



265,799 

430 

21 



15,969 



143,072 
43,925 
15,877 

230,730 



! 1,174 

I 3,684 

10,772 

2,972 

2,290,381 



21,128,656 

102 

2,232 



479,120 



P33i 

707' 

50,8011 

1,708 

116,632 

124! 
2,834! 



1,130 

161,312 

4,337,112 

4,161 

887,588 

1,221 

34,822 



47,491 

10,347 

6,137 

1,678 

2,567 



285,571 
15,375 

13,984 

969 

11,129 

32,954 



15,064 
4.937 
1,961 

11,035 



16,673 

28 

2,604 

23,680 

269 

78,445 



215,433 
33 
55 



15,573 



919 

2,959 

65,224 

1,048 

134,852 

33o| 

5,896 



$ cts. 



415 65 



6,474 35 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



53 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


189(3. 


1897. 1898. 

1 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


8 
189 


S 

319 

32,517 

6,735 
4,960 
1,040 

54 

249,917 

10,629 
2,583 
7,441 

20,452 

8,031 

663 

8,378 

9,744 

116 

1,330 

19,197 

170 

53,020 

87,719 

509 

2 

16,059 
198 


S 

• 


% 




$ 


S 


$ 


% 


% 


28,375 
6,194 


38,388 
6,344 
7,781 
1,415 

40 

/ 279,173 
t 13,304 

11,284 
1,250 
8,423 

24,411 

f 10,449 

) 1,901 

1,626 

14,270 

14,287 

150 

1,198 

20,118 

462 

59,807 

373,786 

128 

27 

19,815 

812 

179 

55,987 

1,486 

138,461 

140 
2,532 


41,387 

9,266 

108,325 

681 

556 

159,143 
20,516 

10,464 

655 

11,438 

21,386 

12,890 
3,961 
1,885 

24,203 

10,572 

100 

2,261 

26,997 

490 

65,664 

265,799 

430 

21 

15,969 

933 

707 

50,801 

1,708 

116,632 

124 

2,834 


47,491 

10,347 

6,1,S7 

1,678 

2,353 

285,571 
15,375 

13,984 

969 

11,129 

33,901 

15,064 
4,937 
1,961 

11,035 

16,673 

28 

2,604 

23,680 

269 

78,445 

215,433 
33 
55 

15,573 

919 

2,959 

65,224 

1,048 

134,852 

330 

5,896 














6,904 








758 










17 












■i286,019 




















4,627 
2,523 
D,495 


. 
















15,240 
9,557 
















1,112 












27,523 












3,182 












71 












1,327 












24,020 
73 










. .*. 


35,255 
63,973 







. ...t 






7 












179 

15,451 
64 







• • • 










70 


24 

. 49,368 

1,158 

147,934 

119 
623 


58,994 













659 






. 




« 


113,250 
241 


















591 














54 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



i 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. Value, 



Drugs, dyes, chemicals, kc.—Con. 

Drugs, crude, such as barks, 
beans, flowers, roots, berries, 
balsams, buds, bulbs, fruits, 
insects, grains, gums and gum 
resins, &c., not edible but in 
crude state, and not advanced 
in value by any process of 
manufacture 

Dyeing or tanning articles in a 
crude state used in dyeing or 
tanning, N.E.S 

Ergot 

Logwood and fustic, ground . . 

Extract of logwood, fustic oak 
and oak bark 

Extract of hemlock bark 



lbs. 



lbs. 



Flowers, leaves and roots : — 
Roots, medicinal, viz. : alka- 
net, crude, crushed or 
ground aconite, calumba, 
folise digitalis, gentian, 
ginseng, jalap, ipecacuan- 
ha, iris, orris root, liquor- 
ice, sarsaparilla, squills, 
taraxacum, rhubarb and 
valerian, unground 

Gelatine and all similar prepar- 
ations lbs. 

Glycerine n 

It for explosives n 

Gums : — 

Amber, Arabic, Australian, 
chicle or sappato gum 
crude, copal, da mar, kau- 
rie, mastic, saiffdaric, Sene- 
gal, shellac, white shellac 
in gum or flake, for manu- 
facturing purix)ses, and 
gum tragacanth, gum 
gedda and gum barberry., 

Camphor 

Opium, crude 

Opium, ]X)wdered 

Other, N.E.S 

Indigo 

M auxiliary or zinc dust . , 

M paste and extract of 

Iodine, crude 

Iron liquor, solution (>f acetate 
of iron for dyeing and calico 

printing 

Lac dye, crude; seed, button, 
stick and shell lbs. 



1,051,590 



739,958 
4.096,164 



73,914 
42,332 



16,412 
160,335 



191,806 
512,383 
646,477 



1,484,736 

38,909 

67,788 

229 

9,549 

109,496 

57,216 

26,949 

5,732 



146 



4,578 

49,610 
54,332 
62,250 



224,745 

12,448 

198,549 

665 

1,467 

79,651 

2,803 

3,921 

1,291 



1,853 
29 



1900. 



Duty. I Quantity. 



$ cts. 



11,087 15 
9,449 02 
5,526 52 



2,214 00 

61J88 49 

243 61 

291 55 



Value. 



938,540 



596,521 
4,811,382 



256,380 

602,006 

1,069 282 



75,188 
31,812 



•11,380 
196,637 



1,700,548 

38,584 

56,630 

196 

6,844 

42,913 

98,312 

25,077 

389 



5,499 

55,234 

62,234 

109,206 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



12,805 41 

10,246 20 

9,005 70 



243,504 

13,852 

186,960 

571 

1,720 

39,980 

24,473 

4,814 

941 



1,244 



2,472 40 

43,108 31 

217 26 

340 68 



.4 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



65 



Imports. 



Value. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1896. 1897. : 1898. 



42,049 



132,007 



8,697 

29,341 
75,373 



10,702 

138,867 

551 

1,659 

42,859 

704 

2,212 

788 



1,399 
198 



45,727 



45,299 34,231 
657! 821 

14.266 22,709 



128,713 



1899. 



! 
1900. f 1896. 



79,447 73,914 



43,39^ 



19,249 
173,905 



7,319 

34,515 

98,266 
869 



3,506 

40,202 
46,738 
36,332 



42,332 



16,412 
160,335 



4,578 

48,524 
51,327 
62,250 



75,188 
31,812 



11,380 
196,637 



5,499 



174,819 



57,945 

71,231 

109,206 



204,469 173,709 214,749 224,7451 243,504 



14,003! 

148,4601 

678 

2,062 

43,794) 

1,252 

4,637 

723 



1,222 



10,324 

162,853 

673' 

1,614| 

61,8791 

10,1521 

1,057 

503 



1,250 
22 



12,769 

194,488 

665 

1,467 

79,651 

2,803 

3,921 

1,291 



29 



14,922 

196,076 

571 

1,720 

39,980! 

24,473i 

4,814 

941 



1,244 



1897. 1898. 



97,483 



1899. 



77,607 



1900. 



64,405 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



18 



Drugs, dyes, chemicles, &c. — Con. 

Liquorice paste 

Liquorice, in rolls or sticks. . . 
Litmus and all lichens, pre- 
pared and nf )t prepared 

Madder and niunjeet, or In- 
dian madder, ground or pre- 
pared, and all extracts of 

Magnesia 

Malt, extract of (non-alcoholic), 

for medicinal purix>ses 

Manganese, oxide of 

Morphine 

Musk, in pods or in grains .... 

Nut galls 

Opium, prepared for smoking. 
Ottar or attar of roses, and oil 

of roses 

Persis, or extract of archill 

and cud-bear 

Phosphorus 

Precipitate of copper crude. . . 
Prc»prietary medicines, in liquid 

form ... 

Proprietary medicines, all 
other, not otherwise provided 

lor ■ 

Potassa or potash — 

Potash, chlorate of, not fur- 
ther prepared than ground 
and free from admixture 
with anj'^ other substance . 
Potash, chlorate of, in crystal 
for manufacturing purposes 

Potash caustics 

n chlorate of, N.E.S . . 

II German mineral 

II muriate and bichro- 
mate of, crude .... 
I. bicarbonate of, or sal- 

eratus 

. . ni trate of, or saltj^etre 
1. prussiate of, red 

and yellow 

I. potassium, cyanide of 

Quicksilver 

Quinine, salts of 

Red liquor, a crude acetate of 
aluminum, prepared from py- 
roligneous acid for dyeing 

and calico ])rinting 

Saffron and safflower and ex- 
tract of, and saffron cake.. . 

Sal ammoniac 

Soda, bicarbonate of 

Soda, nitrate of, soda ash, soda 
caustic, bichromate of soda, 
sal soda and silicate of soda, 
in crystals or in solution ... 



lbs. 



lbs. 



lbs. 
oz. 

II 

lbs. 



oz. 
lbs. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1900. 



Quantity. Value. Duty. Quantity. Value, 



1,312,123 
221,859 

195 



58,998 



141,356 

2,405 

106 

13,830 

1 

1,478' 

l,517j 

7711 

3,155 



lbs. 
lbs'. 



82,960 



128,726 



86,994 
21,767 

36 



2,000 
3,806 

6,127 
5,539 
2,695 
1.545 
1,065 
10 

7,748 

114 

478 
407 

67,139 



259,097 



4,810 



$ cts. 

17,402 50 
4,339 75 



1.336,790 
271,619 



Duty. 



S cts. 



86,038 17,207 60 
23,784 4,748 75 



714 25 

1,497 15 

I 
I 

418 75^ 



68,262! 



749 
3,247 



5 00 



126,725 

1,482 

198 

7,129 

5 

I 

1,347 



629 15 
1,183 75 



4,735 
4,155 
1,898 300 85 

2,410 

1,488 

45 22 50 

6,416 



2,000 

4,548 



33,568 12' 



61,402 44 



r7,340 



852 

757j 

70,06lj 35,026 50 



274,758 



5,270 



65,641 15 



lbs. 



57,732 

722,463 

76,622 
2,049,536 

I 

48,542 

52,873 

103,017 

88,975; 



330 

117,499 

5,591,656 



3(1,261,418 




203,910 

317^379 

824,992 

24,206 
1,327,430 

34,038 
34,233 
85,342 
76,668 



8,175 

7,i53 

38,919 



790| 

52,2351 

I 

5,02l| 

8,456 

51,987 

23,094 



l,737i 



158 00 



57,244 905 

132,169 6,987 

4,797,237 66,929 



12,175 25 



346,063 



3i,507,271i 403,427. 

1 I I 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, ifec. — Continued. 



57 



1 

1 i 

Imports. Exports. 


Value. Value. 


1896. 


1897. ' 

70, 404 f 
16,699! 

i! 

727i 
1,597 

7,513' 
2,741 
2,061 
2,965 
635 
6 

11,392 

3.32 

8,575 


1898. 1899. 


1900. 1896. ; 

1 


1897. 


1898. : 1899. 1900. 

i ! 


129,879' 
22,992 

18 


75,822 
21,301 

173 

995 

2,278 

•6,542 
5,047 
3,972 
2,899 
704 


104,344 
21,949 

36 

2,000 
3,941 

6,125 
5, .539 
3,148 
1,545 
1,065 
10 

7,748 

114 

478 
407 

68,657 
262,538 

4,810 


81,206 
23,454 

749 
3,191 

4,735 
4,155 
2,193 
2,410 
1,488 
45 

6,416 

852 

757 


S 


1 


S 


$ 


a 








1,073 
1,054 

10,039 
4,075 
4,475 

3,288 
1,553 


••;• 




• ••;::•. 






1 






.... 1 








.... \..\...Z''.\\ 

■ 

, . . . 1 


12,276 

283 

5,525 

36 


6,719 

74 

4,618 

198 

66,814 
234,735 

32,445 





















66,850 
177,485 


62,435 
176,801 



1 Q70 


68,650 

277,008 
















5,270 








1 982 










384 I.IKS 


. 2,i8i 


5 9.S4 


8,175 

7,i53 

38,919 
833 











2.661 


1,314 
467 

23,813 

697 
43,066 

5,645 

8,130 

33,534 

21,414 

411 

573 

7,258 
57,363 

1 

! 

1 299,791 













511 


57 • 576 

34,718 32,999 

3,896 1,405 
51,236 65,186 


28,029 

1,474 

55,628 


.;:■■■::: 





4,157 

2,275 


5,510 8,558 5,021 
4,481 14,795' 8 4r^ 

















32,343 
19,004 


36,425 51,695 
17,417 24,331 

242| 1,566 
3171 347 


51,987 
23,094 

1,737 











1,500 
391 












7,876 


3,721' 5,062' 6,987 
67, 027 i 70 fi.^1 r.7 40.*^ 








j 


55,563 








. . i 


315,710 


357,328 


346,063 


403,427 











58 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 






1899. i 


1900. 




Quantity. 


Value . 


Duty. Quantity. 


Value. Duty. 








% 


§ cts. 


S $ cts. 




Drug5<, dyes, chemicals, kc.—Con. 










1 


IS'itrate of soda ..... ..... lbs. 

Soda chlorate and bisulphite of n 


1,205,321 
2,144,741 


17,916 
35,000 




: 1,726,247 
\ 285,394 


33,567 
8,407 




2 







3 


Soda, sulphate of, crude, known 














as salt cake n 


84,232 


1,430 


1 37,358 


590 




4 


Sodium, sulphide of, arseniate. 










binarseniate, chloride and 






j 








stannate of soda ... n 


439,272 


6,670 


■ 378,780 


7,542 




5 


Spirits and strong waters of 








« 




any kind, mixed with any in- 






i 








gredient or ingredients, and 
known or designated as ano- 






























dynes, elixirs, essences, ex- 
















tracts, lotions, tinctures or 
















medicines, N.E.S galls. 


1,783 


8,857 


6,944 83 


2,114 


' 10,497 


8,234 75 





Medicinal or medicated wines 
containing not more than 40 
















p.c. of proof spirits u 


1,654 


5,325 


2,481 33; 2,060 


6,138 


3,091 29 


7 


Sulphate of iron (copperas).. . . lbs. 


198,505 


6,732 


1 200,238 


3,640 




8 


Sulphate of copper (blue vitrol) .. 


1,599,700 


61,749 


1 1,6.07,435 


87,847 




9 


Sulphuric ether u 


42,542 


13,220 


3,019 621 39,581 


14,285 


3,346 75^ 


10 


Tartaric acid crystals n 


94,478 


22,057 





70,978 


16,251 




11 


Terra japonica, gambier or 
















cutch 11 


536,397 


17,199 




612,120 


20,917i 


12 


Turmeric .' . . . u 


21,698 


1,045 




22,598 


1,333 


.... .... 


13 


Vaseline and all similar pre- 
parations of v>etroleum, for 
toilet, medicinal or other pur- 
















poses II 


184,942 


8,260 


2,885 88 


256,392 


10,565 


3,691 28 


14 


Verdigris or sub-acetate of cop- 










' 






per, dry n 

Zinc, salts of n 


67,645 
98,590 


2,744 
3,579 




639 


67 




15 




168,503 


4,039 


16 


All other drugs, dyes and 
chemicals, &c., not otherwise 
















provided for 

Total drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c. . 

Earthenware and ^ina : (See 




480,384 


89,627 98 




466,250 87,296 93 






3,877,926 


352,317 32 




4,044,766 345,780 00 








. 










bricks and tiles),— 














17 


Baths, tubs and washstands of 
earthenware, stone, cement or 
clay, or other material, N. 
O.P 


















26,413 


7,506 36 




24,516 


7,234 28 


18 


Brown or coloured earthenware 
and stoneware, and Rocking- 














. 


hamware 




12,276 


3,142 41 




11,661 


2,972 88 


19, Decorated, printed or sponged, 
i and all earthenware, N.E.S.. 
















234,060 


54,225 37 




234,104 


54,588 79 


20 Demijohns or jugs*, churns and 














crocks 




3,133 


939 90 




6,617 


1,828 54 


21 


Earthenware or stone ink bot- 
• ties, not exceeding 3 ozs. 

capacity. 

Porous and hollow earthenware 


- 












22 
















for iire-proofing purposes 


















, 











i STA TISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STA TEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, (fee. — Continued. 



59 



Imports . 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1806. 


1897. 


1898 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1 
1900. 


4,035 
3,068 

3,608 
6,709 


5,368 
6,692 

323 
5,253 

8,452 


4,132 
14,537 

910 
4,890 

7,337 

5,716 

2,304 

57,41)7 

10,115 

14,137 

15,232 
571 

7,530 

10 
3,916 

398,487 


17,916 
3.5,000 

1,430 
6,670 

8,715 

5,931 

6,732 

61,749 

12,593 

22,057 

17,199 
1,045 

8,259 

2,744 
3,579 

506,474 


33,567 

8,407 

590 
7,542 

10,335 

6,328 

3,640 

87,847 

14,212 

16,251 

20,917 


$ 


t 


$ 


S 


$ 

























15,908 


■ 
















.. 




3,178 
57,380 


2,785 

40,469 

3,862 







2,707 



















15,438 
738 


13,580 
1,002 

6,003 

194 
2,016 

361,798 












1,333 










8,306 
267 


10,565 

67 
4,039 













1,656 












346,684 


525,386 












3,007,024 


2,937,995 


3,703,942 


3,928,522 


4,126,271 


329,962 


247,980 575,009 


383,387 


396,992 


* 




7,080 

21,583 
190,800 

9 707 


23,896 

12,210 

241,493 

3,ia3 


25,012 

11,776 

240,551 

6,617 










I 


12,927 


13,947 

197,390 

3 458 








170,047 
4,118 









i 
34 

12 






1 ^" 









16 



60 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA. A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



ARTICLES. 



1899. 



1900. 



Quantity. 



14 



Earthenware and china — Con. 

White granite or ironstone 
ware, and C. C. or cream 
coloured ware 

China and porclain ware 

Earthenware tiles 

Manufactures of earthenware, 
N.E.S 



Total earthenware and china 



Elastic, round or flat, including 
garter elastic 



M. 



Electric apparatus : — 

Electric light carbons and car 
bon points of all kinds, N, 
E.S.... 

Electric light carbons over 6 
inches in circumference No. 

Electric apparatus, electric 
batteries, &c. N.E.S ... 

Electric motors, generators, 
dynamos and sockets 

Telephones and telegraph in- 
struments 



Total electric apparatus . 



P]mbroideries, N.O.P 

Euxcrj^ in bulk, crushed or ground , 
Emery wheels and manufactures 
of emery 



Fancy goods, viz : — 

Alabaster, spar, amber, terra 
cotta or composition orna- 
ments 

Bead ornaments and statuettes 
Boxes, fancy, ornamental cases 

and writing desks, &c 

Braids, bracelets, cords, fringes, 

tassels, &c 

Fancy manufactures of bone, 
shell, horn and ivjory, N.E.S. 

Fans 

Flowers, artificial 

Feathers, fancy undressed. . . . 

N.E.S 

1. ostrich and vulture, 

dressed 

Ivory or bone dice, draughts, 
chessmen, &c 



Value. 



Duty. 



Quantity. 



1,7911 
59,881 



§ cts. 



208,404 47,100 45 

273,900 71,106 77 

32,235 10,657 22; 

131,306 32,926 83' 



Value. 



Duty. 



§ cts. 



203,382 46,801 42 

263,312 75,033 22 

46,575| 15,668 08 

t 

169,359; 44,804 49 



916,727 227,605 31 | 959,526| 248,931 70 



83,828! 23,625 62| 



13,784 

6,343 

393,382 

120,854 

19,591 



553,954 



46,558 
21,454 

22,343 



3,048 
39,975 

63,055 

385,188 



1,233 
7,979 



j 
4,824 31 

955 63 

98,251 28 

30,213 50| 

4,672 98 



138,917 70 



1.5,093 12 



91,700 26,045 15 



24,461 . 8,554 .53 

7,843 1,176 45 

580, 171 ! 144,770 82 

230,729 56,940 49 

28,108 6,791 82 



871,312 



5,559 82 



1,004 82 
13,364 45 

20,353 92 

124,530 98 



53,979 
19,312 

25,615 



218,234 11 



18,316 27 



6,377,68 



376 18 

2,516 30 

192,628; 42,974 83 

6,7311 1,337 88 



244,241 

32,797 

402 



64,266 11!. 

7,818 98 
80 40 



3,530 
38,363 

65,062 

403,143 

1,136 
8,855 

172,504 
21,958 

216,332 

52,829 
582 



1,196 80 
13,197 26 

22,093 29 

135,232 08 

395 84 
3,090 76 

39,415 26 
4,391 30 

59,140 85 

12,953 49 
112 55 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



61 



Imports. 


Exports. 




Value. 


Value. 


,; 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1 
1900. 1896. 


1897. 1898. 1899. 


1900. 




185,180 
161 291 


140,753 

192,586 

23,182 

26,963 


197,450 

206,147 

34,149 

67,541 


$ 

201,286 

261,214 

31,866 

128,348 


199,2.w 
264,981 


§ 


§ 


s 


§ 


s 


1 












o 


16,401 
12 429 


47,29: 
170,757 












q 












\ 
















568,393 


598,325 


727,457 


903,446 


966,254 






















68,029 


58,883 


68,909 


83,631 


91,974 












r\ 


■ 






18,073 


14,837 


. 14,412 
2,414 

277,385 

129,442 

20,339 


13,936 

6,343 

393,964 

120,865 

19,782 


24,309 
8,240 












{\ 















199,753 
66,045 
38,060 


288,085 

141,992 

16,093 


583,925 

230,729 

28,125 











8 

9 

10 


1 1 , 




321,931 


461,007 


443,992 


554,890 


875,328 






1 









1 




144,596 
16,827 

11,913 


142,4-22 

16,318 

11,194 


38,937 
17,661 

15,478 


47,703 
21,4.54 

22,430 


55,254 
19,312 

25,570 


! 1 




11 


i 1 


J- 


; 

1 






13 


1 








10,010 
41,411 

49,624 

302,701 


8,893 
29,055 

49,560 

323,131 

1,241 


5,987 
29,553 

46,522 

375,959 

1,483 
5,652 

223,643 
8,199 

176,028 

38,391 
667 


3,048 
40,291 

63,540 

382,831 

1,232 
7,875 

194,136 
6,731 

243,.554 

32,739 
402 


3,530 
38,394 

65,093 

404,388 

1,136 
8,836 

173,793 
22,017 

216,354 

52 8"' 








. . . . 





14 

15 

16 
17 


5 733 











18 










19 


160,161 
5,980 


187,877 

6,3.58 

133,506 

37,032 

676 




! 






20 
''I 


139,160 
55 789 




i. 






*>?! 












*>3 


15,172 


5S2 













94 











62 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

, 64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



10 



15 



18 



ARTICLES. 



Fancy goods — Con. 

Laces, lace collars and similar 
goods, lace nets and netting 
of cotton, linen, silk and other 
material 

Millinery, N.O.P.. . 

Toys and dolls of all kinds. . . . 

All other, N.E.S 



T<3tal fancy goods 



Fashion plates, tailors', milliners' 
and mantle-makers' 

Featherbone, in coils 

Feathers, bed and other, N.E.S. . 

Felt for roofing . . . 

n adhesive, for sheathing 

vessels . . 

M all other, N.E.S 



Fertilizers, manure, &c.: - 

Fertilizers, compounded or 
manufactured 

Guano and other animal man- 
ures cwt. 

Manures, vegetable n 

Bone dust, bone black or charred 
bone and bone ash m 

Kainite or German potash salts 
for fertilizers lbs. 

Phosphates 

Fertilizers, uncompounded or 
unmanufactured, N.E.S 



Total fertilizers . 



Fireworks. 



Fish and fish pr<jducts, N.E.S.:— 

Ambergris . . 

Cod, haddock, ling and pollock — 
Fresh lbs. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. 



704, 
244 

12,703 

05,950 



Value. 



619,131 
4,906 

209,553 
7,903 



1,818,770 



Duty. 



1900. 



Quantity, j Value. 



^ cts. 



185,573 45! 

1.235 75 

64,245 78 

2,608 38 1 

532,288 21 



693,880 

2,999 

196,087 

12,290 



4,278 

17 

13,496 



833! 



3 40 
2,938 11 



59,602 5,960 16 



3,902 
67 



17,582 

777 : 
5,669: 



1,889,550 



4,256 

21 

15,942 



928 



1,758 

20,138 
316,320 



Duty. 



S cts. 



211,240 42 

1,014 17 

68,167 68 

4,097 30 



575,739 05 



4 20 
3,461 59 



18,794 



106,393 5,960 16 



14,.537 



Dry salted or smoked. . cwt. 

lbs. 

Wet salted cwt. 

II .... II 

Smoked lbs. 

Pickled .. 



979,854 

t40,000 

t49,928 

81,996 



Tonques and sounds 

Halibut, fresh lbs. 



210 

137,243 

3,172 

tl48 



pickled. 



+462 

203, ()98 

530 

+1,167,000 



.590 

28,751 

566 

157,684 

2,266 



3,023 13 



67,363 
3,326 

32,249' 

2,339' 
6,485 

21,611 



6,617 96 



133 373 



19,460 



4,900 05; 1,100,903 

+87,292 

+.59,329 

75,589 



407 37 



121 

7,8271 
221 
217 



49 

8,925 

37 

11,024 



1 05 

1,372 43 

31 72 



1,018 83 
5 30 



336 



6,617 96 



4,859 34 



5,535 18 



32,705 

1,761' 

220,557 

2,902 385 05 



140,324 
1,055 



+9,803 

295,407 

880 



8,396 
51 i 



1,403 07 
10 55 



785,.. 
13,683 1,477 17 



(54 



80 



* Included with " Pamphlets, advertising, &c.," prior to 1898. + From Newfoundland. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, ttc. — Continued. 



63 





Imports. 






ExPOhTS. 






Value. 






Value 




.1896. 


1897. 

s 

533,163 
5,711 

159,209 
6,407 

1,481,819 


1898. 

694,152 

13,635 

184,506 

9,142 

1,813,519 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 




526,496 
13 776 


621,967 
4,906 

182,453 
7,903 

1,793,608 


693,735 

3,044 

199,305 

12,315 

1,89^,351 


$ 


§ 


S 


is 


§ 


1 








2 


140,952 

2,285 








3 


:ii.::iiM 








4 


1,469,250 




, 












* 


* 


2,517 
1,393 

18,898 


4,278 

17 

13,496 


4,256 

21 

17,761 








5 




i 

\ 4,793 


6,110 


4,647 


.......... 

2,974 




5,307 


6 


7,6i8 
984 


6,950 
131 

491 

3,782 

54,122 

1,142 
250 

27,715 

5,984 


7 
8 


2,236 
2,816 


908 


833 


928 


9 
10 


46,438 

2,952 
451 

20,379 

1,003 
7,271 

18,077 


59,602 

3,902 
67 

17,582 

777 
5,669 

18,794 






43,356 
1 190 


67,363 
3,326 

32,249 

2,339 
6,485 

21,611 


36,187 


36,584 


46,864 
1,090 


52,588 


^ 51,410 



""2;285 


11 

1*> 


91 

23,819 

1,978 




5,280 


275 


13 

14 

15 
16 

17 






1 




70,434' 89,213 


96,576 


106,393 


133,373 


41,467 


36,859 


47,954 


61,878 


53,695 




11,446 12,631 


14,235 

433 

20,325 

13,602 

t228,769 

95,490 

101 

8,250 

280 
t283 


14,747 


19,232 










IH 












440 379 


590 

40,335 

t566 

1 157, 684 

28,58U 

130 

7,.s27 

221 

t217 


336 

32,758 

11,761 

+220,557 

43,180 

8,383 

51 


j 90 
'3,'l5bji80 

4-1 




390 

2,8a3!664 
1,022 


1,528 

' 2, '700^456 
500 








19 


I 21,876 

t364,988 

79,517 

602 

14,043 


/ 18,096 

( t537 

tl78,043 

155,675 

32 

■ "6,961 


7,712 

' '2,737,434 
246 


2,151 

■j,'04ii346 
160 


20 
21 
22 
23 
24 
25 
?6 


63 


1 385 






•^ 




12,665 
63,415 




244 
20,374 

39,826 


14,447 

42,796 


'>H. 








5,671 
1 84,681 


6.425 

104,068 

115 


9q 




1 


t49 

8,925 

37 

+11,C24 


t785 

13,683 

64 


SO 


2,409 
397 


3,974 
15 


4,984 

774 

tl67 


31 
3? 








S3 











64 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. \ 

64 VICTORIA, A. 190t 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 




Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 


1900. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity, 


Value. 


Duty. 


Yi^h— Continued. 

Herrings, fresh lbs. 

Z pickled'.'.'.'!.'.'.'..'.'." ." 
II It or salted ... i. 
II canned 


*712,400 

20,751 

*5,518,025 

107,109 


7,429 

980 

70,230 

4,393 


$ cts. 

""l03"79 
""5li'82 


*991,600 

9,803 

*8, 953, 115 

139,877 


$ 

14,705 

356 

113,092 

6,598 

i23 

526 
646 

" 1^811 

5,309 

90 

65 

6,321 

2 

12,393 

178,732 

6,609 

7,885 

540 

42,948 


$ cts., 

4903 
" ""653'76 


M pickled or salted, in 

barrels 

Herrings, smoked . . lbs. 

Mackerel, fresh m 


2,062 

21,440 


53 

" ■ '\,"m 

1,025 

.5,498 

264 


'26'62 

■ "214 '40 

84 92 

510 93 
58 56 

1,015 74 


2,424 
34,300 

7,468 

15,536 

t93,127 

§1,221 

*3,150 

64,576 

*10 

2,987 

163,097 

60,210 

20,176 

1,470 

459,660 


2l"7(> 

"" 74'68 


II pickled lbs. 


8,492 

tl02,159 

§5,856 


155 30 
465 73 


II II pickled II 

,1 preserved, N.E.S n 


12 21 


65,584 


4,428 


1,519 76 


Oysters, fresh, in shell brls. 

II shelled, in bulk galls. 

t. canned, in cans not 

over one pint lbs. 

II canned, in cans over 
one pint and not 
over one quart i. 

II canned.in cans exceed- 
ing one quart. . n 

. , prepared or preserved, 

N.E.S .. 

T^^idli pP'o^R tront. , . 


1,959 
162,224 

57,872 

42,091 

564 

377,088 


9,270 
169,599 

7,077 

11,059 

77 

30,217 


2,317 38 
16,223 46 

1,771 83 

1,331 26 
10 45 

7,504 82 


3,098 25 
16,311 80- 

1,806 30 

1,008 80 
48 Ifr 

10,736 oa 


Seed and breeding oysters im- 
ported for the purpose of being 

planted in Canadian waters . 

) Lobsters, fresh ; brls. 


372 


3 
3,730 


■■"932'50 


336 

*15 

*359,905 

6,712 

*14,708 




2,900 

88 

81,568 

1,588 

3,958 


725'66' 


!i M in cans lbs. 

; 1. canned, N.E.S n 

\ II 11 " 


*512,066 
641 

*27,678 


99,763 

35 

6,604 


8 75 


■'"'397 66 


\ Tiflit fish fresh 






salted lbs. 

> ,1 clams or other brls. 

; Salmon, fresh lbs. 

1 ;i smoked n 

5 ,. canned or preserved., n 

r ,1 ,1 . . II 

J II pickled or salted h 

) .1 <- -' " 


5,543 

* 298 
747,841 

4,810 

4,251 

53,270 

* 176 
1,135 

*511,67o 


245 

248 

21,748 

859 

251 

4,193 

16 

67 

30,587 


37 79 
"3, 739 68 


■ 


"■87',465 

9,928 

1,790 

2,308 

482 

276 

34,468 




' '2,743*842 

*135,220 

34,838 

28,604 

*4,410 

4,564 

*569,050 


"13,719" 28 


42 51 
1,046 63 


348 38 
576 87 


11 35 


45 64< 




Fish, smoked, and boneless fish, 

N.E.S lbs. 

I Anchovies and sardines. packed 

inoilorotherwisH,in tin boxes 

measuring not more than 5 in. 

long,4in.wide,and 3i in. deep boxes 
} „ 11 in half boxes, 

measuring not more than 5 in. 

long, 4 in. wide, and Ig in. 

deep " 


144,345 

528 

66,698 


8,912 

104 

9,590 


1,442 03 

25 99 

1,496 55 


144,912 

415 

60,807 


7,997 

60 

8,061 


1,449 12- 

20 75 

1,515 21 



Trom Newfoundland. 



t Not in barrels. 



§ In barrels. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



65 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



Vah 



1896. 



I 13,424 
} 47,600 



1897. 



S 



r *12,425 

\ 141 

r *17,623 

\ 3,783 



197 
757 



637 



382 
460 



1,318 



3,067 3,831 

tl3,880 t8,883 

1,347J| ^^ 

2,933t 4,852 

*4 

.5,299; 6,832 

171,054 156,170 



5,361 



7,610 



14,059 



5,372 



10,275 



13,251 



3,171 

n9 

*103 

505 

43 
4,297 

260 
25,164 

122 

175 
*110 

885 
*31,901 



2,841 



6,12^ 



112 



*2,645 

526 

*39 

5 

1,365 



977 

102,153 

62 

6,451 

*220 

1,040 

*48,547 



1898. 



n2,905 

872 

*45,892 

4,117 



1899. 



*7,429 
1,563 

70,230 
4,426 



58 



463 



999 

+9,011 

§158 

*98 

4,461 



53 



1,491 



1,039 

+5,498 
§1,828 



8,044 
151,434 

7,629 



5,555 

74 

14,685 
120 



3,946 



4,263 



n,736 
29 

^6,808 



1,^ 

*400 

2,010 

85,312 

()30 

59 

*108 

1,030 

*33,276 



5,883 



147 



9,270 
169,599 

7,292 



11,489 

77 

33,322 



3 
3,730 



'99,763 

35 

*6,604 



7,756 

*248 

21,748 

859 

251 

4,193 

*16 

67 

'30,587 



4,816i 



208 



1900. 



*14,705 

356 

'113,092 

6,826 



123 
526 
(>46 



2,571 

+5,309 

§1,039 

*65 

6,811 

*2 

12,393 

178,732 

6,609 



8,541 

540 

47,319 



2,900 

*88 
*81,568 
1,5881 
^3,958/ 



1896. 



} 39,592 

I 295,219 
39 



106,536 



100,915 

916 

281,267 

9,674 

48,457 

721 



I 2,341 



340,928 



2,149,067 
239 



87,405 

*9,928 

1.764 

2,308 \ 

*482) 

276 

*34,468 



8,914 



104 



7,974 



60 



687 7,159 6,241 9,280 10,399 

10— i_5 



1,543 

I 222,548 

288 

2,536,755 



1897. 



1898. 



33,616 

242,316 
31 



91,066 



63,761 

456 

193,244 

3,830 

45,602 

1,358 



2,006 



330,793 



2,079,679 
372 



43,866 
22,290 



37 

191,882 

1,465 

2,856,127 

60,439 
17,660 



56,579 

188,712 
38 



113,611 



63,625 

193 

154,075 

5,316 

58,948 

.3,314 



1899. 



31,632 

186,873 
6,603 



88,897 



1900. 



52,950 

190,011 
1.336 



86,540 



2,161 



336,725 



2,291,025 



55 

135,880 

6,220 

3,430,805 

54,842 
12,548 



169,765 
7,250 

65,966 

.5,694 



103,933 



1,595 



26,950 

325 

156,844 

10,331 

68,138 

5,09 



1,791 



233 



367,558 



2,321,655 



1,359 

93,439 

15,490 

2,407,481 

67,799 
25,330 



305,493 



2,372,859 



2,231 

142,238 

46 

2,885,830 

81,994 
32,207 



42 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
Bo. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Fish — Concluded. 

Anchovies and sardines, in 
quarter boxes measuring not 
more than 4f inches long, 3^ 
inches wide, 1^ inches deep.. boxes, 

Anchovies and sardines, im- 
ported in any other form 

Fish preserved in oil, except 
anchovies and sardines 

Fish, all other, fresh lbs. 



Fish, all other, fresh or dried, 

in barrels lbs. 

Fish, all other, pickled .. 



17 



Fish, all other, pickled or salted 
in barrels 

Fish preserved, N.E.S 

Packages containing oysters or 
other fish, N.O.P 

Other articles, the produce of 
fisheries, not specially pro- 
vided for 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity . 



1,239,43: 



tl85,009 



7,347 
tl6,688 
"^39,055 

13,360 
502,561 



Total fish 



Flax, hemp and jute and manu- 
facture of, viz.: — 

Bags of hemp, linen or jute. . . . 

Carpeting, matting, and mats 
of hemp 

Carpet linings and stair pads . . 

Canvas or fabric not friction- 
ized, for the manufacture of 
bicycle tires, imported by the 
manufacturers of bicycles for 
use exclusively in the manu- 
facture of bicycle tires in 
their own factories 

Canvas of flax or hemp when 
to be used for boats' and 
ships' sails 

Sail twine, when to be used for 
boats' and ships' sails. ... 

Damask of linen or of cotton 
and linen, bleached, un- 
bleached or coloured 

Flax 

Flax fibre and flax tow 

Handkerchiefs 

Hors ■ clothing of jute, shai^ed, 
N.O.P 

Hemp undressed cwt. 

Jute butts and jute n 

Jute cloth, not otherwise finish- 
ed than bleached or calend- 
ered yds. 



lbs. 



Value. 



19.427 



cwt. 



190,552 

27 



18,351 



82,618 

3,177 

1,721 
7,611 



372 

623 

1,299 

797 

38,727 

11,285 

*177 
6,910 



883, .531 



Duty, 



§ cts. 



22,330 06 

818 63 



1900. 



Quantity . 



Value. 



1,064,581 



Duty. 



493 13 

925 30 tll0,909 



(3 47 

^3 48 



133 41 

8,107 17 

2,814 88 



1,374 10 



85,354 14 



5,614 
+17,231 
*81,010 

67,495 
424,672 



33,982 

153,827 

1,228 



29,280 

10,344 

2,895 



5,823 01 

30,496 52 
271 14 



70,683 

3,249 

1,270 
5,513 

248 



568 
2,712 

4,477 
37,084 

12,084 

*983 

6,887 



1,068,914 



469 42 
140 65 



11,074 



36,742 

118,230 
656 



41,476 

1,560 
3,689 



$ cts. 

21,128 53 

855 20 

365 56 
554 65 



56 14 
86 16 



674 95 
8,238 94 

3,009 .59 



1,371 98 



99,920 19 



5,893 65 

23,370 18 
139 87 



1,293 
129,803 

2,552 
941,029 

74 



28,152 



35,425 81 
670 03 

2,253 66 



3,457 



243,412 
645 



•57,830 



67 41 
140 12 



419,042 99,041 59 



1,925, 

144,0261 39,825 33 

4,503 1,229 62 

944,277 

2,2741 



36, 300 j 2,748 75 



^From Newfoundland. fNot in barrels or half barrels. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



67 



Imports. 



Value. 



1896. 



49,398 

1,660 

1,333 
t4,215 



158 

tl,323 

*-469 

149 
16,554 

15,299 

2,983 

947,088 



12,512 



100,251 
3,616 



189/ 



1898. 



52,108 72,140 
1,766 3,064 



2,312 

t4,679 



1,501 
t3,662 



243 63 

1-818; +1,005 
4,250 *407 



226 

21,586 



204 

30,886 



14,329 13,261 

g3gj/ *1,070 

^''****) t 6,315 

900,992 912,417 



5,414 
908 

270,558 



7,606 

90,458 
3.004 



5,827 
571 

251,108 



1,010 180 

110,643 102,580 



745,730 531,372 
2,045 671 



21,575; 14,f 



10— i_5J 



25,472 

119,804 
2.741 



12,841 

3,862 
923 

289,061 



1,035 
112,623 

3,837 

572,853 

5,027 



32,388 



1899. 



73,231 

3,423 

1,821 
t7,611 



372 

1623 

*1,299 

850 
41,758 

13,474 

*177 
8,542 

932,076 



34,784 

153,219 
1.228 



29,280 

10,344 

2,895 

368,322 



1900. 



73,246 

3,619 

1,280 

+5,513 

248 



Exports. 



Value. 



1896. 



904,451 



288 .. 

+568| ) 

*2,712:/ 



6,448 
36,657 



14,919 



14,055 



*983 
6,887 



1,293 
129,437 

2,552 

941,029 

74 



1,125,433 



36,937 

119,383 
656 



41,476 

1,560 
3,689 

421,370 



1,925 
144,961 

4,503 

944,277 

2,274 



28,831; 36,726 



2,477 



10,366,148 



1897. 



781,917 



'77 



2,095 



10,002,943 



1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



843,807 



11,816 



14,189 



10,563,045 



834,454 



,307 



8,747 



9,608,270 



1,066,500 



11,909 



16,371 



10,636,517 




128,887 
93,195 



304,652 

84,728 



38,735 
43,847 



75,140 
50,566 



16 



17 



18 



2,400 



196,769i() 
79,619 90 
21 
22 



53,326 



26 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. \ 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized StatExMENT showing the Values of Imports 



15 



16 



ARTICLES. 



Entered foe Home Consumption. 



1899. 



1900. 



Flapc, hemp and jute, and manufactures 
of — (Concluded. 

Jute cloth as taken from the 
loom, not coloured, cropped 
pressed, mangled, calendered 
nor in any way finished yds. 

Jute rove for manvifacture of 
binder twine 

Jute, flax or hemp yarn, dyed 
or coloured, jute canvas not 
pressed or calendered, im- 
ix)rted by manufacturers of 
carpets, rugs and mats, jute 
webbing or jute cloth, ham- 
mocks, twines and floor oil 
cloth, for use in the manufac- 
ture of any of these articles 
only in their own factories. . lbs. 

Linens, brown or bleached .... yds. 

Linen duck, canvas, diapers, 
huckabacks, or other manu- 
factures of flax, N.E.S. . . 

Linen clothing, N.E. S 

Linen blouses and shirt waists 

Linen thread lbs. 

Sheetings, Russia, and other, 
of flax or hemp j'ds. 

Shirts of hnen doz. 

Tapestry, jute . 

Towels 

Yam, singles, flax, hemp or jute lbs. 

Other articles made by the 
seam stress from linen fabrics, 
N.O.P 

Other manufactures of flax, 
hemp or jute, N.E.S 

Total flax, hemp and jute, &c 

Foimdry facings of all kinds 



Fruits, dried, including nuts, viz. :— 

Dried apples lbs. 

Currants " 

Dates M 

Figs n 

Prunes and plums ^^ 

Raisins " 

All other, N.E.S n 

Almonds, shelled , . . - . n 

,t not shelled m 

Brazil nuts, not shelled n 

Pecans, not shelled, and shelled 

peanuts, N.E.S n 

Walnuts, not shelled m 

Nuts, other, shelled .. 

All other nuts, N.E.S m 



Total fruits, dried . 



Quantity. 



Value, 



11,760,421 



1,826,621 
1,084,396 



210,870 

9,975 
622 



21,098 



449,903 



112,809 
86,479 



424,531 

5,577 

48 

113,864 

1,538 

5,528 

388 

134,115 

1,264 



5,597 
240,58S 



3,288,952 



9,648 



278,264 

7,095,3091 
838, 327 1 

1,518,837! 

3,359,352 
10,593,8071 
953.499! 
302,3111 
551,715 
153,087: 
I 
451,927 
890, 165 1 
170,578 

2,390,936; 



17,145 
211,917 

28,509 
52,957 
122,972 
412,168 
70.457 
57,848 
43,246 
15,963 

21,425 
71,135 
24,313 
91,261 



Duty, j Quantity. 



cts. 



16,509 86 



81,068 42 

1,730 45 

16 52 

22,136 39 

383 12 

1,606 34 

91 95 

30,633 96 

312 50 



1,747 93 
46,299 00 



Value. 



13,604,155 624,091 



2,302,483 
1,525,571 



280,268 

6,344 
1,744 



14,068 



Duty. 



•S cts. 



149,139 

128,777 



438,335 

8,115 

188 

130,600! 

756 
7,892 

649 

148,037 

1,032 



24,677 03 



83,817 74 

2,505 75 

56 21 

24,698 11 

175 88 

2,410 75 

124 31 

34,296 89 

251 51 



5,225 1,727 01 
196,537 38,119 67 



364.936 92 



3,594,073 385,317 38 



2,353 61 



4,286 15 
70,952 76 

7,124 30 
13,239 83 
29,954 42 
104,765 71 
17,610 63 
10,603 12 
11,746 10 

4,592 93 

13,461 26 

19,542 10 

4,652 72 

47,826 28 



11,910 2,905 03 



29,548,1141 1,241,316 360,358 31 



274,388 

7,945,2761 

1,307,6041 

1,771,126 

4.013,089 

11,471,342 

2,078,391 

374,184 

507,495 

145,840 

389,667 

798,897 

20(3,699 

3,045,230 



34,329,228 



19,070 

236,162 

35,181 

64,269 

156,178 

535,277 

146,370 

67,265 

46,785 

7,174 



4,765 93 
79,444 08 

8,795 25 
16,064 84 
38,036 23 
114,712 71 
36,582 33 
13,155 71 
10,489 29 

4,375 20 



20,394 11,652 52 

61,154! 16,926 98 

28,113 4,911 86 

133,948 60,902 55 



1,557,340' 420,815 48 



*Including corsets. JPrunes only. 



i STATISTICAL AXD FINAXCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports f ro n Canada, ifec, — Continued. 



69 



Imports. 



Value. 



1896. 



398,808 



69,951 
71,583 



495,743 
*3,094 



119,228 

864 

7,678 

1,848 

122, 216 i 

, 480 



1897. 



446,242 
107 



71,268 
69,554 



349,177 

*3,277 



1898. 



502,617 



109,970 

924 

5,485 

1,590 

97,775 

156 



179,827 151,077 
2,745,582 2,314,839 



9,038 

131,036 

25,281 

57,904 

^97,002 

304,467 

107,103 

• 27,802 

33,270 

3,723 

13,704 

48,110 
17,911 
71,089 



99,066 
101,457 



1899. 



449,903 



2,715 

125, 350 i 

24,224' 

51,212; 

+52,135 

329,654 

40,317 

32,093 

28,603 

4,999 

10,459 
45,836 
14,479 
59,737 



308,508 
6,233 
1,758 

116,428 

263 

8,741 

731 

108.570 

456 



2,268 

186,692 

2,626,255 

7,119 



30,204 

236,567 

31,408 

55,893 

106,871 

416,747 

142,432 

40,861 

24,172 

4,569 

11,586 
61,930 
26,572 
80,153 



112,809 

89,998 



415,005 

5,577 

48 

114,817 

1,538 

4,863 

388 

134,329 

1,264 



5,597 
236,279 



Exports. 



1900. % 1896. ! 1897. 



624,091 



149,139 
134,744 



452,846 

8,115 

188 

131,761 

756 
7,892 

649 

149,314 

1,032 



5,225 
197,822 



3,275,703' 3,623,311 



Value. 



1898. 



222,082 



947,440; 821,813i 1,269,965 



9,648 


11,910 


9,133 


18,176 


212,688 


248,296 


28,241 


36,410 


54,632 


63,814 


122,916 


158,835 


404,837 


555,644 


64,331 


149,675 


59,550 


68,390 


42,769 


50,012 


15,881 


7,646 


20,707 


20,304 


67,908 


64,510 


27,136 


26,375 


89,817 


141,971 


1,220,-546 


1,610,058 



48,058 



4,055 



824 



52,937 



392,278 



179,644 



5,693 



1,083 



186,420 



1899. 



1900. 



82,582 



125,658 



2,706 



128,106 



429,656 



2,730 



1,642 



130,006 



■40 



433,126 



329,714 



210,892 



,654 



498 
220,044 



16 



70 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the A^alues of Imports 



10 



24 



25 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



19()0. 



Quantity. V^ue 



Fruits, green— . 

Apples brls. | 13,907 

Bananas. bunches. i 534,406 

Blackberri es, gooseberri es, rasp- 

b^rries and strawberries, 

N.E.S lbs. 1,162,389 

Cherries .. 127,582 

Cranberries bush. 23,266 

Grapes lbs. 845,662 

Guavas, mangoes, plantains, 

porhegranates and shaddocks . . . 
Oranges and lemons, in boxes of 

capacity not exceeding 2\ 

cubic feet boxes. 287,809 

Oranges and lemons, in \ boxes 

of capacity not exceeding 1^ 

cubic feet .. 33,985 

Oranges and lemons, in case.«5 or 

other packages c. feet 

holding capacity. 158,724 
Oranges and lemons in bulk. . . No. 28,567 

Oranges and lemons, in barrels, 

not exceeding the capacity of 

flour barrels. brls. 12,144! 

Peaches, N.O.P lbs. 2,610, 035} 

Pineapples . No. 604, 274 1 

Plums bush. 34,0641 

Quinces .. ., 232| 

Wild blueberries, strawberries 

and raspberries lbs. [ 9,286; 

All others, N.E.S 



39,238 
513,250 



83,790 
12,332 
36,400 
51,841 

1,661 



622,859 
40,635 



Duty. 



.$ cts. 



5,523 98 



23,247 81 
2,553 03 
9,099 94 

16,905 88 



71,874 76 
4,418 13 



Quantity. Value, 



Duty, 



18,591 
517,998 



1,270,509 

137,210! 

33,043 

936,344 



60,120! 
519,342 



§ cts. 



7,438 08 



93,567' 25,410 21 
10,6431 2,744 69 
10,563 38 
18,726 11 



42,254 
55,327 



96,197 15,852 44 
620! 77 41 



39,747 6,176 28 
66,5261 26,100 35 
51,371! 



28,824 
276 

425 
49.196 



Total fruits, green 



rruits,canned or preserved, jellies 
jams, &c. — 

Fruits in air-tight cans or pack- 
ages lbs. 1,228,890 

Fruit, rind or peel of citrons, 
lemons and oranges, in brine .... 

Fruits preserved in brandy or { 

other spirits ^ galls. | 169 

Ginger preserved lbs. 53,341 

JelHes, jams and preserve8,N.E.S. m 718,564 

Total fruits, canned preserved, &c. 
Grand totals, fruits 



Fuller's earth . 



Furs and skins and manufactures 
of :— 
Astrachan orRussian hair skins 
and China goat plates or rugs 
wholly or yjartially dressed 
but not dyed 



1,735,188 

59,317 

187 

744 
3,633 

52,222 



116,103 
3,092,607 



i 3.41« 



91,192 



7,205 94 
69 00 



9,837 76 



198,942 71 



26,940 37 



340 25 

1,052 02 

18,539 04 



243,906! 



11,191! 



207,457 
31,204 



11,949 

2,083,890 

637,268 

38,854: 

916 



1,906 



548,462 60,938 37 

2. 



14,958 



154,674 
210 



42,048 
52,419 
59,443 
38,849 
881 

789 
60,521 

1,756,413 



1,862,225 



507 

76,185 
787,643! 



96,927 

134 

1,695 

5,795 

61,852 



1,452 61 



20,745 22 
47 27 

5,856 81 
20,838 90 



9,712 2<> 
220 25 



12,172 46 



196,866 65 



46,871 68 



606,172 70 



166,403 



40,242 68 



1,017 48 
1,659 54 

20,285 87 



63,205 57 



3,480,156 680,887 70 



2,661 



106,627 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



71 



Imports. 



Value. 



1896. 


1897. 


8 


$ 


54,658 
489,812 


37,640 
402,121 


32,933 

7,661 

32,296 

65,294 


63,574 

8,722 

19,118 

47,947 


429 


373 


621,298 


558,383 


43,626 


29,213 


164,039 
206 


139,753 
163 



1898. 



28,181 
99,629 
.52,471 
26,227 
590 

223 
54,501 



16,234 
52,23(5 
73,046 
21,191 
394 

563 
46,212 



77,187 
460,228 



58,063 

9,364 

18,798 

56,183 

2,9(M) 



646,522 
30,095 



84,757 
180 



25,056 
43,485 
47,031 

26,178 
356 

636 

56,758 



l,774,074i 1,519,8831 1,613,837 



1899. 



1900. 



43,085 
513,250 



83,806 
12,371 
36,400 
51,997 



1,661 



Exports. 



Value. 



1896. 



60,731 1,417,571 
519,342 



93,595 
10,746; 
42,254 
55,551 

1,906 



150,253 



765,769 685,623 
50,034 30,226 



96,208; 155,128 
620 210 



39,924 
66,615 
51,371 
28,913 
276 

425 

49,484 



42.048 
52,497 
59,443 
39,123 
881 



62,005 
1,892,2091 1,912,098 



42,440 

4,800 

636 

3,107 

37,0011 



31,260! 

3,560 

787 

3,972 

31,881 



87,984 71,460 



41,941 
1,1181 

802 

3,602 

39,456 



86,919 



2,809.4981 2,413,156; 3,000,721 



60,340 

187 

728 

3,598 

51,933 

116,786 



1,8341 



1,552; 



3,330 



13,183 



3,229,541 



3,418 



99,660 

134 

1,939 

5,798 

68,309 



145,197 
1,713,021 



1897. 



2,503,637 



132,296 



1898. 



1,307,059 



79,464 



1899. 



2,624,470 



89,348 



196,054 107,111 



274,802 



2,831,987; 1,493,6341 2,988,620 



86,929 



175,840 86,929 
3,697,996; 1,852,887 



2,661 



91,192 106,627 



142,779 159,871 293,660 



142,779; 159,871 



3, 161, 186 i 1,783,511 



1900. 



2,578,853 



127,740 



17 

127,680 18 



2,834,273 



329,696 



293,660 



3,715,406 



329,696 
3,384,013 



24 



25 



72 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Furs and skins— Com. 

Fur skins wholly or partially 
di-essed 

Furs and skins undressed, the 
produce of fish or other marine 
animals 

Fur skins of all kinds, not dress- 
ed in any manner, N.E.S. . . 

Caps, hats, muffs,&c,, and other 
manufactures of furs 



Total furs, etc . 



(ex- 



Glass and nianuf actures of 

ports) 

Bulbs for electric lights doz, 

Crystal or decorated glass table- 
ware made expressly for 
mounting with silver-plated 
trimmings, when imj^orted 
by manufacturers of plated- 
ware 

German looking glass, unsil- 
vered 

Glass carboys and demijohns, 
empty or filled bottles and 
decanters, flasks and phials , 

Glass jars and glass balls, and 
cut, pressed and moulded 
tableware, crystal or glass 
tableware, decorated or not . ... 

Lamp chimneys, glass shades 
or globes and blown glass 
tableware 

Ornamental, figured and enam- 
elled coloured glass 

Painted and vitrified glass, 
figured, enamelled and ob- 
scured white glass and rough 
rolled -plated glass sq. f 

Common and colourless window 
glass, and plain coloured, 
stained or tinted or muffled 
glass in sheets i. 

Plate glass, not bevelled, in 
sheets or panes, not exceed- 
ing 2.5 sq. ft., N.O.P .. 

Plate glass, not bevelled, in 
sheets or panes, N.E.S n 

Plate glass, in panes, bevelled, 
N.O.P sq 

Silvered glass, bevelled or not, 
framed or not framed 

Stained glass windows , 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



586,598 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



81,254 50 



3,908; 

782,149 

99,173' 26,823 95 



1900. 



Quantity. Value, 



1,56H,020 108,078 45 



66,834 



19,113 



35,810 
183,892 



ft. 



319,969 



18,186,786 



.394,930 
447,216 

5,724 



1,911 30 



Duty. 



688,919 

191 

1,240,589 

70,306 



2,106,632 



364,744 22,648 



6,647 20 . . 
52,400 18 . . 



6 cts. 



98,531 50 



18,979 61 



117,511 11 



2,275 85 



225,682 65,795 27| 



132,990 
8,020 

15,473 

381,537 

87,902 

121,108 

1,808 

34,160 
3,966 



39,519 00 
2,146 23 

4,027 70 



397,801 



67,072 95 24,110,471 



19,157 45 

34,529 74 

576 64 

11,263 32 
1,190 10 



456,299 

421,812 

23,463 



35,611 7,118 95 
219,814! 65,276 73 

226,095 67,225 48 



120,375 
10,588 

18,912 

621,959 

94,028 

115,559 

6,396 

46,370 
1,273 



35,979 01 
2,878 79 

4,728 12 

116,096 60 

21,567 27 

33,398 61 

1,708 20 

16,174 69 
381 90 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



73 



Imports. 


Exports. 




Value. 


Value. 




1S96. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 




564,014 

35,315 

598,354 
58,269 


8 

333,094 

8,111 

496,962 

51,554 


401,881 

1,687 

433,080 

70,294 


563,583 

3,908 
782,149 
114,329 


696,684 

191 

1,240,589 

70,670 


55,939 

7fil,387 

1,766,750 

7,494 


111,293 

460,837 

1,599,803 

12,638 


28,168 

370,679 

1,512,646 

13,067 


$ 

73,636 

296,075 

1,504,481 

12,312 


81,836 

537,242 

1,739,625 

13,049 


1 

2 
3 
4 


1,255,952 


889,721 

'ii^451 

2,530 
35,098 

191,464 

123,066 

222,477 
6,513 

9,400 

271,664 

62,096 

116,300 

9,341 

14,232 

4,854 


920,125 


1,555,161 


2,114,761 


2,591,570 


2,184,571 


1,924,560 1,886,504 


2,371,752 
16,098 




lb;314 

3,186 
52,649 

178,888 

115,095 

224,515 
8,937 

7,692 


17498 


igais 


22;648 


12,195 


12,404 


17,357 


19,239 


5 








7 


26,436 

181,582 

175,262 

98,961 
5,328 

8,489 

317,715 

56,041 

66,421 

581 

21,371 
4,553 


32,749 
183,439 

221,831 

131,954 

8,020 

15,473 

372,122 

88,274 

121,025 

1,808 

33,802 
3,966 


35,611 
219,407 

227,558 

120,594 
10,588 

18,912 

621,408 

93,866 

114,856 

6,396 

46,970 
1,458 












8 










9 


i 

1,059 2,303 


1,839 


3,931 


2,035 


10 

11 
1^ 












13 


269,254 












14 


60,007 










15 


89,402 













16 


239 






17 


22,416 
4,416 












18 













19 


! j 




1 

! 





74 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
N'o. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Glass and manufactures of — Con. 
All other glass and manufac- 
tures of glat-s, not otherwise 
provided for, including bent 
plate glass 



Total glass, &c. 



Gloves and mitts of all kinds 



Glue, glue stock and mucilage : — 
Glue sheet, broken sheet or 

ground lbs. 

Glue, liquid 

.. stock 

Fish skins arid fish offal or 

refuse 

Mucilage 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity . 



Total glue, glue stock and 
miicilage 



Grasses and fibres, and manufac- 
tures of, N.E.S.,— 

Grasses, fancy, dried but not 
coloured or otherwise manu- 
factured .... 

Grass, sea, sea weed and kelp . cwt. 
II esparto or Spanish 
grass, and other grasses and 
pulp of ., 

Grass, manilla 

Fibre, indurated fibre, vulcan- 
ized fibre and all manufac- 
tures of 

Fibre, Mexican, istle or tam- 
pico 

Fibre, vegetable, natural cwt. 

Fibrilla 

Moss, Iceland and other mosses 
and sea weed, crude lbs. 

Palm leaf, grass, &c., and 
manufactures of 

Palm leaf, unmanufactured 

Straw tons. 

I. manufactures of, N.O.P. . . , 

Total grasses, fibres, &c 



Value. 



91,597 



1,313,058 



Duty. 



.$ cts. 



17,098 54 



1900. 



Quantity . 



Value. I Duty. 



323,335 G2 



S -$ cts. 



119,066 22,744 70 
1,658,694 397,554 90 



723,740 229,852 80! 



703,009 237,497 16 



1,665,962| 149,.318 
18,098 



34,835 75: 1,614,1861 140,842; 34,183 46 
4,513 45 I 20,132i 4,776 63 



1,7:^7! i 

8,948| 2,230 15 



178, 161 i 41,579 35 



649 ,. 

10, 451 i 2,603 21 



3,691 



315 



396 



1,660 



4,233 
14, 905 i 



11,835 

16.364 
291549 



622,010 



29,667 



38 



909 

149 

6,422 



96,951 



2,953 01 



29 80 
1,188 35 



172,074; 41,563 



5,485 



419 



3,741 
5,638 



763,094 



24 



4,171 16 



1,649 
554 



19,588! 4,896 23 



23, 400 ; 



33,881 



1,458 

145 

8,830 



108,55r 



29 00 
1,760 90 



6,686 13 



i ST A TISTICA L AND FIN A NCI A L STA TEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Co7itinued. 



75 



Imports. 






F-XPORTS. 










Value. 










Value. 






1896. 


1897. 

$ 

.57,800 
1,138,286 

511,464 


1898. 

67,694 

1.047,632 

- 

570,822 


1899. 

s 

95,178 
1,328,754 


1900. 
119,684 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


58,041 


a 


S 


8 


•$ 












1,105,051 


1,659,956 


13,254 


14,707 


19,196 


23,170 


18,133 


636,618 


718,031 

145,307 
18,098 


702,960 


















1 1 


69,688 


74,738 
14,984 

96 
6,671 

96,489 

IS 

2,086 

87 

6,997 

12,173 
13,383 

19,979 

189 
1,363 

439 
3,762 


11(),869 
17,680 


140,931 
21,059 












15,468 




1 








2,677 


2,329 


3,832 


6,456 


9,429 


141 


485 
8,190 

143,224 

267 

5,159 
55,175 

9,630 

16,974 

21,079 

1 

29,555 


1,797 
8,935 

174,137 

396 

1,660 

11,781 

16,364 
29,549 


649 
10,784 


6,469 



















91,766 


173,423 

i;649 

554 

19,588 

19,050 
23,400 


2,677 


2,329 


3,832 


6,456 


9,429 


26 
313 

304 









•••• 






193 
21,432 







11,847 
14,647 












5 




1 " 






23,032 


29,667 


33,881 




! 






230 




1 




' •••! 


1,488 


901 

138 

4,366 

143,245 


909 

149 

6,275 

96,750 


1,458 
145 

8,830 

108,555 





! 


57 
2,374 


17,553 


22,493 


4,290 


2,727 


7,650 










: 1 


75,948 


60,471 


17,553 


22,493 


4,290 


2,727 


7,650| 



76 



TRADE AXD COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 


1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. Value. 

i 


Duty. 


1 

2 


Grease, axle lbs. 1 507,346 

ti foot grease, the refuse of 
cotton seed after the oil has 
been pressed out, but not 
when treated with alkalies . . cwt. 1.327 


8 
18,759 

2,748 

30,449 

148,086 


% cts. 
4,662 08 


670,531 
892 

1,184,126 


24,337 
1,009 

.^S.OOfi 


S cts. 
6,074 96 


3 


Grease, " degras " and oleo- 
stearine, imported by manu- 
facturers of leather for use in 
the manufacture of leather in 
their own factories lbs. 

Grease, rough, the refuse of 
animal fat, for the manufac- 
ture of soa]) only n 

Total grease, &c 

Gunpowder and other explosives .... 


1,016,229 
3,893,676 






4 




i 

i 

4,a33,279| 215,980 














200,042 


4,662 08 




299,332 


6,074 96 






5 














6 


Gun, rifle and sporting powder lbs. 
Cannon and musket powder. . . n 

Cannister iK>wder „ 

Blasting and mining powder. . m 
Giant powder, nitro and other 

explosives ., 

Nitro-glycerine ,i 

Fuses 

Gun, rifle and pistol cartridges 

or other ammunition, N.O.P. . . . . 
Gun wads, i)ercussion caps, 

primers ancl cartridge cases 


96,080 
464 


2b,ii2 

289 


2,598 07 
13 93 


133,616 


22,699 


3,881 74 


8 


2091 296 
64, 872 1 3,192 

408,615 71,993 



6 27 


9 
10 

n 


133,729 

443,829 
2,420 


8,222 

67,652 
627 


2,674 58 

13,314 87 
57 60 


1,297 44 
12,187 20 


12 








13 





• 91,166 
19,560 

5,340 


25,673 76 

5,288 18 

1,559 10 




118,155 


33,520 45 


14 





27,234 


7,347 06 


15 


Gun or pistol covers or cases, 
game bags, loading tools and 
cartridge bdts(jf any material 




- 


4,760 


1,398 76 




Total gunpowder and 










212,968 


51,180 09 


248,329; 59,638 92 




Gut, cat or worm gut, unmanu- 
factured, for whip and other 
cord 

Gut, cat gut strings or gut cord 
for musical instruments 






16 
17 




617 
7,212 






1 
1 

772I 

6,925j 




Total gut 








7,829 


1 


7,697 






Gutta ijercha and india-rubber, 
and manufactures of (Ex- 
ports) 

Gutta percha, crude lbs. 

Boots and shoes 








18 

19 

^0 


391 


452 

57,535 
23,939 

152,805 


! 

".'.'..'.'.'." \ 2^252 

14,369 47 


1,713 

46,600 11,641 34 


9^ 


Belting 




5,910 12 
45,646 97 




34,178 8,503 00 


22 


Clothing, or clothing made 
waterproof with india-rub- 
ber, X.E.S.. 






151,669 4!i.fil4 73 













i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c, — Continued. 



77 



Imports . 


Exports. 

1 




Value. 






Value. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


20,774 


17,267 
3,335 

20,727 
151,523 


22,839 
671 

26,991 
132,325 


18,483 
2,748 

30,449 
148,086 


24,903 
1,009 

58,006 
215,980 


S 


$ 


^ 


$ 


$ 


26,658 

35,570 
260,530 




















14,371 


4,914 


4,988 


9,984 


4,790 


343,532 


192,852 


182,826 


199,766 


299,898 


14,371 


4,914 


4,988 


9,984 


4,790 








22^699 

296 

3,192 

71,993 



93,390 


76,787 


74,407 


120,091 


156,392 


15,814 


12,782 

24 

271 

3,863 

6,236 

2,883 
25,411 

63,991 

14,926 


i6,6i5 

27 

376 

2,337 

9,790 


20,112 

289 

"■ V,222 

67,652 
627 


44 












6,378 
3,780 

6,801 

1,248 

18,663 

70,905 

15 990 



























83,026 
21,026 

5,833 


91,116 
19,251 

5,340 


.. . . 
116,217 






28,354 
4,760 








1 . 1 


















1 


139,623 


130,387 


138,430 


212,609 


247,511 


93,390 


t 
76,787; 74,407 


120,091 


156,392 


1 379 


850 
7,468 
8,318 


417 
6,559 
6,976 


617 
7,212 

7,829 


772 
6,925 
7,697 










7,074 



















8 453 










33,762 



















31,713 79.916 


140,442 


174,056 


185,967 
42,836 


1,992 
29,959 
20,309 

84,631 


2,450 
35,152 
22,270 

146,502 


, 452 

57,869 
23,791 

151,842 


1,713 
46,927 
34,207 

152,791 




' 













17 545 








116,848 


















! 1 



22 



78 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 1 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. : Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Gutta percha and india-rubber— (7on. 
Fillet!^ of cotton and rubber, not 
exceeding'/ inches wide, when 
imported by and for the use 
of manufacturers of card 
clothincr . . 




75 

31,181 
29,119 

6,788 

1,632,764 

208,069 

2,807 

219 

197,331 


S cts. 


563,118 
3,002,576 

1,523,834 
1,211 


6 

48,525 
37,078 

66,038 

2,026,769 

217,779 
1,968 
1,969 

216,052 


$ cts. 


2 

3 
4 


Hose, including cotton or linen, 
lined with rubber ... 

Packing, mats and matting 

Rubber powdered and rubber 
wa.ste lbs. 

Rubber, crude, caoutchouc and 
india-rubber unmanufactured m 

Rubber, recovered, rubber sub- 
stitute, and hard rubber in 


82,066 
2,211,321 

1,936,486 
1,733 


10,842 93 
10,082 03 


16,948 87 
12,900 58 


5 
6 




7 
8 
q 


Rubber thread elastic .i 

Sheeting 

All other, N.O.P 




■■" 52'69 
47,814 08 


""51300 
52,885 34 




Total gutta percha and 
india-rubber 

Hair, and manufactures of, not 
otherwise provided for : — 

Hair, cleaned or uncleaned, but 
not curled, dyed or otherwise 
manufactured lbs. 

Braids chains or cords of hair 












2,343,084 


134,717 69 




2,850,344 


149,006 86 








10 


149,730 


32,322 

444 

11,009 

10,239 


'" 15356 

2,187 55 
2,374 34 


192,786 


31,466 
121 

11,622 

8,649 

459 

28,251 




11 


40 17 


12 
13 
14 


Curled or dyed hair lbs. 

Hair cloth of all kinds 


62,547 


52,769 


2,304 90 

2,086 58 


15 


Horse hair, not further manu- 
factured than simply cleaned 
and dipped or dyed, for use 
in manufacture of horse hair 
cloth lbs. 

Other manufactures of, N.E.S . . 

Total hair and manu- 
factures of 

Hats, caps and lx)nnets, viz. :— 
Caplins, unfinished Leghorns 
hats 


34,349 


23,249 




90,712 




16 


3,737 


1.259 92 


5,310! 1,794 79 




I 










1 
81,000! 5,975 37 




85,878 


6,226 44 








17 




207 










18 


Hatters' bands, not cords, bind- 
ings, tips and sides, hat 
sweats and linings, both tips 

nn H sjidps 




57,800 
0i2,771 
18,151 

888,102 

2,787 

2,819 

81,012 

3,575 






80,837 
67,753 
40,951 

1,023,692 

2,953 

8,469 

68,444 

11 




19 




20,484 
320,r,4i 


15,842 64 
529,427 93 




16,638 48 


20 
21 

22 


Hatters' furs, not on the skin 

Hats and caps, &c., of beaver, 

silk or felt 

Buckram for hat and bonnet 

eKariPQ VQS. 




13,855 
■262;565 


262,416 45 


23 
24 
^5 


Hatters' plush of silk or cotton 

Plaits, straw, Tuscan and gi-as.s lbs. 

TVTnnill}! hfiods 




















i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



79 



IxMPORTS. 


ExroRTS. 


Value. 




Value. 


1896. 


1897. 

1 

! 

997 

18,128 
17,9:6 


1898. 

27 

21,659 
19,484 

6,089 

1,584,940 

138,293 
870 
346 

162,254 


1899. 

75 

31,302 
29,127 

6,788 

1,632,764 

208,069 

2,807 

219 

199,540 


1900. 

6 

48,748 
37,321 

66,038 

2,020,769 

217,779 
1,968 
1,969 

217,098 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 1900. 


2,397 

17,930 
15,044 


§ 


$ 


S 


1 









1 







1 


852,095 

74,986 

5,867 

3,115 

138,096 


1,055,837 

121,774 

1,890 

2,932 

144,078 
















































174,056 


1,472,726 


1,500,503 


2,140,336 


2,344,645 


2,853,334 


33,762 


31,713 


79,916 


140,442 


29,747 
74 


19,171 

319 

9,734 

4,925 


18,007 
1,945 

14,460 
9,599 


32,322 
444 

11,008 
10,239 


31,466 
121 

11,622 

8,484 

459 

28,251 
5,310 


36,143 



29,352 


48,452 


49,949 


70,968 


11,456 
17,931 
































15 522 


28,933 
3,688 


26,398 
3,081 


23,249 
3,737 












5,519 








! 1 










80,249 


66,770 

i 


73,490 

3,187 

1 45,292 
51,185 
44,830 

822,041 

i 2,494 

1 5,735 

i 55,157 

431 


80,999 

■ 

207 

56,572 

62,780 
18,151 

1 

888,374 

2,787 

2,819 

\ 81,012 

3,575 


85,713 


36,143 


29,352 48,452 


49,949 


70,968 


156 














46,453 


38,126 

J ■■3i'229 

083,611 

' 2,082 
; 4,541 
i 59,98i 
1 1.17iJ 


80,837 
68,037 
40,951 

1,025,115 

2,953 

8,469 

68,444 

11 














I 






81,520 

724,832 

1,822 

2,11.': 

108 737 














1 

1 









_ _ . 








1 


1,101 








! 


! 








1 



18 
19 
20 

. 21 

22 
23 
24 
25 



80 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. 



Hats, caps and bonnets — Con. 
Of straw, grass, chip or other 

material, N.E.S 

Another, N.E.S 



Total hats, caps and bonnets . 



,Hay tons. 

4 1 Hides and skins, raw, whether 
j dry, salted or pickled, and tails 
I undressed 

5! Hoofs, horn strips, horn and horn 
I tips in the rough, not polished 
} or otherwise manufactured than 
I cleaned . . 

6 Honey, in the comb or otherwise, 
i and imitations and adultera- 

i tions thereof lbs. 

7 Hops " 

8 Horse clothing of jute, shaped, 

N.O.P . 

9 Ice 



10: Ink, writing. . 
Ill M printing. 



Total ink 



12 Iron sand or globules and dry 
I putty for polishing granite cwt. 



13:Ivory, manufactures of, N.O.P. . . . . . 

14j „ unmanufactured lbs. 



II veneer, sawn only. 
Ivories, jnano keys 



Total ivory 



Jet, manufactures of 

Jewellery 

191 Junk, old, or oakum 

20j Knitted goods of every descrip- 
tion, N.E.S 



cwt. 



Value. 



563,536 



1,680,760 



5,739 



57,988 
3,872,182 

5,647 

82,784 8,414 

708,549 134,250 

2,648 



37,661 
66,862 



104,523 



4,074 i 



1,979 



1,749 



12,573 



Leather and manufactures of : — 

Sole and upper (exports) 

Belting leather of all kinds. . . lbs. 

Calf, kid or goat, lamb and 
sheep skins, tanned n 

Calf, kid or goat, lamb and 
sheep skins, dressed, waxed 
or glazed " 



135,071 
24,197 

364,6.58 



151 

4,791 

5,799 

26,704 



Duty. 



S cts. 



152,040 99 



397,311 56 



11,428 98 



1900. 



Quantity. 



Value. Duty . 



545,977 



S cts. 
147,927 57 



1,839,087 



2,482 97 
41,553 03 



6,722 81 
13,088 20 



19,811 01 



6,218 88,212 
4,214,412 



138,158 
930,897 



4,987 



13,225 
143,645 



28 45 



37,445 



471,521 
38,588 

31,606 



48,663 
11,675 

303,663 



28 45 



449 



645 



34,786 
74,367 



109,153 



1,535 



1,182 



138,568 48 
10,941 55 



23,820 



5,829 56 178,447 
5,805 



1,372 92 
51,736 43 



.300,437 



179 

2,796 

2,636 

41,519 



47,130 



578,785 
55,032 

23,303 



65,186 
2,190 

272,317 



426,982 50 



12,438 49 



4,154 29 
55,015 98 



6,359 94 
14,596 20 



20,956 14 



.35 76 



35 76 



171,288 74 
8,124 11 



7,680 11 
289 19 

46,810 73 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



81 



Imports. 



Value. 



1896. 



I 
300,5021 
218,415] 

1,485,742| 

28,832 

1,945,914 

8,637 



3,504! 
77,920 

2,595 
1,617 



31,120 
47,021 



1897. 



278,293 

227,857 

1,326,907 

44,868 

2,391,508 

6,047 



3,003 
85,246 

3,765 
2,909 



35,699 
50,339 



78,141 86,038 



3,003! 



1,408 
11,699 
17,5361 



1,624 



307 

7,345 

19,040 



530,796 



1,561,156 

67,407 

3,587,231 

4,761 



3,920 
101,308 



1899. 



9 

563,653 



l,679,9:iO 

57,988 

3,872,182 

5,647 



1900. 



546,861 



1,841,678 

88,212 

4,214,412 

4,987 



Exports. 



Value. 



1896. 



1897. 



1898. 



3,362 



3,683 



3,362 
1,976,749 

VI, 107,628 



3,683 



8,5r9 13,634! 1,400 

136,223 154,712 13,686 



2,106 



31,2381 
56, 586 1 



2,648 



37,226 
67,293 



87,8241 104,519 



2,999 



56 

8,708 

20,695 

4,512 



30,643! 26,692; 33,971 



22-; 

297,003 
33,116 



294,525 
30,270; 



341,396 
47,0.53 



23,754 22,260; 17,150 



39,698 
2,535 



347,596 



26,071 j 
9,974 



57,923 
2,114 



358,011 i 400,464 



1,979 



151 

4,791 

5,799 

26,704 

37,445 



473,143 

38,588 

31,606 



42,815 
15,149 

289,441 



645 



35,116 
73,760 

108,876 



1,535 



179 

2,796 

2, 6361 

41,519! 

47,130: 



3,155 



999,238 



1,526,530 



2,811 
12,786 



5,015 



5,015 



6,000 



578,963 
55,032 

23,303 



20,689 



1,918,148 



64,870, 
1,208 

279,161 



17,312 



358,614 



1,082,100 



507 
24,998 



1899. 



3,823 



1900. 



3,870 1 
i 2 



3,823 



3,870 



411,631 



1,245,577 



31,567 
26,201 



2,661 



39,137 



1,441,354 1,515,201 



17,486 



1,414,119 



1,322,040 



1,109 
16,435 



16,953 



36,713 



1,542,078 



54,579 



1,540,414 



12 



23 



24 



10— i— 6 



82 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered foe Home Consumption. 




_ 


1899. 




1900. 






Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 








^ 


S cts. 




S 


•S cts. 




Leather and manufactures oi—Gon. 














1 


Harness leather . lbs. 


10,700 


3,935 


652 72 


23,496 


10,515 


1,821 01 


2 


Tanners' scrap leather u 


20,943 


1,285 


192 17 


6,675 


1,152 


172 80 


3 


Glove leather, tanned or dress- 














ed, coloured or uncoloured, 
















imported by glove manufac- 
















turers for use in their fac- 
















tories in the manufacture of 
















1 


177,626 


111,986 


11,119 01 


266,730 


185,717 


18,542 16 


4 


Japanned, patent or enamelled 














leather and Morocco u 


21,133 


22,928 


5,414 59 


24,539 


22,902 


5,686.51 


5 


Skins for Morocco leather, 
tanned but not further manu- 
















factured " 


146 


164 


24 60 


320 


446 


m 90 


g 


Sole leather, all kinds .. 


604,407 


148,942 


21,874 42 


558,284 


173,826 


24,817 59 


7 


Upper leather, not dressed. 














waxed or glazed n 


2,132 


603 


87 94 


17,214 


5,500 


697 32 


8 


Upper leather, including don- 
gola, cordovan, kangaroo, 
alligator and chamois skins, 
















dressed, waxed or glazed ... ,. 


369,400 


328,698 


56,717 78 


485,517 


320,157 


55,334 26 


9 


All other leather and skms 
















tanned, N.E.S .. 


65,009 


26,614 


3,539 72 


37,153 


15,723 


1,961 89 


10 


All other leather dressed. 
















waxed or glazed, &c. , N. E. S. .• 


136,493 


37,427 


6,403 13 


31,832 


19,710 


3,318 .58 




Manufactures of, viz.:— 
















Boots and shoes, N.E.S 

Harness and saddlery, N.E.S 




453,631 


112,408 65 




542,180 l.S."i.0ft.5 76 


11 




58,185 


16,998 69 




57,866 


16,989 61 


12 
13 




38,470 


7,101 60 




71,205 


12.449 60 


All other manufactures of 
















leather NOP 




98,242 


23,667 48 




112,741 


27,247 91 




'T'/->«-o1 loo+ViQi" Qi-irl inamifnnt'.nrpR nf 










1,695,111 


325,141 39 




1,879,333 


358,971 93 














83 






50 




15 
16 


Lime brls. 


• 15,720 


11,124 


2,2J5 03 


12,865 


11,211 


2,237 50 


Lime juice, crude • • galls. 




17 


18,085 


3,814 




16,408 


5,033 




18 


Lime juice, and fruit juice forti- 
fied with or containing not 
more than 25 p. c. of proof 
















spirits " 


167 


294 


100 50 


145 


272 


87 85 


^^ 


Lime juice, containing more than 
















25 p.c. of proof spirits. ...... m 

Lime juice, and other fruit 








1 


4 


2 00 


20 
















syrups, and fruit juices, N.O.P. .. 


13,880 


14,447 


2,506 08 


15,477 


17,203 


2,963 65 






18,555 


2,606 58 




22,512 


3,053 50 












21 
22 
23 




40,881 


8,002 19 




29,169 


5,903 34 


ATarrio lonfiiVriQ QTirl *illd«-»< t.llPTPfDr. . . . 




6,597 


1,498 21 




7,426 


1,804 42 


Manufactured articles, N.E.S. 






















! 







i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



83 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 

6,050 
4,307 

63,525 
27,116 

446 

218,250 

1,456 

303,500 

15,105 

24,467 

378,453 
56,683 
42,262 

77,695 

1,679,816 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


$ 


3,687 
1,285 

111,986 
20,225 

164 
148,245 

603 

339,361 

26,614 

37,427 

451,376 
.58,265 
41,873 

98,226 

1,686,742 


10,515 
1,152 

185,717 
22,486 

446 
172,921 

5,500 

309,963 

15,723 

19,244 

541,665 
59,026 
72,182 

112,970 

1,874,749 


$ 


$ 


S 


S 


$ 








38,002 


38,866 
27,438 

428 
138,714 

16,296 

297,278 
7,365 












30,825 
291 














81,293 






. . . 






4,717 












192,790 












10,155 
























350,240 
49,330 
34,902 

60,739 


320,025 
42,654 
39,144 

60,486 

1,382,750 


83,068 
5,810 


100,596 
6,166 


90,492 
6,349 


81,743 
35,008 


86,118 
209,418 


11,054 
2.018,080 


13,871 


18,932 


37,168 


53,557 


1,243,113 


1,561,987 


1,630,974 


1,695,997 


1,889,507 


62 


115 
10,529 


61 
9,002 


83 
11,124 


50 
11,211 












7,331 


76,451 


56,720 


48,323 


64,113 


77,360 


2,052 


2,139 

1,170 

10,794 


2,541 

792 

76 

14,684 


3,814 

294 

15,002 


5,033 

272 
4 

18,396 












1,152 












67 












13,803 













17,074 


14,103 

28,980 
5,449 


18,093 

20,944 
5,783 


19,110 

40,881 
6,025 


23,705 

29,771 
7,701 
























17,247 












3,914 


530,066 


516,966 


577,205 


700,437 


1,472,648 













23 



10— i— 6J 



84 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. \ 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901. 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 


1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Marble and luanvifactures of : - - 
Marble, sawn only 




64 212 


§ cts. 

1 9 ft49 94 




66,197 
1 371 


$ cts. 

13,227 95 

904 QR 


2 


Marble in the rough, not ham- 
mered or chiselled 




I 
2,0121 305 85 
19,961! 6,873 94 
15,694; 5,371 25 




3 
4 


Marble finished and polished 

Manufactures of, N.O.P 

Total marble and manufac- 
tures of . 

Mattresses, including hair, spring 
and other .... 




13,050 4,406 06 
13,399 4,571 79 












1 
101,879j 25,393 28 




94,017 


22,410 78 


5 




1 
7,802 2,332 73 





8,511 


2,553 30 




Metals and minerals, and manu- 
factures of, N.E'.S.:— 
Brass and manufactui-es of :~ 
Bars, bolts and rods, not 
bent or otherwise manufac- 
tured, in lengths not less 

than 6 ft cwt. 

Brass cups, being rovigh 
blanks for the manufacture 
of brass and paper-shells 
and cartridges, when im- 
ported by manufacturers of 
brass and paper-shells and 
cai-tridges for use in their 
own factories, O.C 




6 


3,923 


56,572 

35,239 

43,652 
123,220 

61,618 
78,629 




5,905 


66,513 

44,687 

52,816 
135,999 

80,709 
84,289 




7 






8 

9 
10 


Brass, iron, and copper wire, 
twisted, imported by man- 
ufacturers of boots and 
shoes, for use in their own 
factories 

Brass, old and. scrap or in 
blocks cwt. 

Brass, in strips, sheets or 
plates, not ix)lished, plan- 
ished or coated n 

Drawn and plain and fancy 
tubing, not bent or other- 
wise manufactured, in 
lengths not less than 6 ft. . lbs. 

Glove fasteners, eyelet hooks, 
and eyelets and shoe-lace 
wire fasteners. 


4,634 
7,791 

322,587 




7,959 
11,734 

365,046 




11 
12 






13 


Brass, in strips for printers' 

rules, not finished 

Pumps ... No. 

Wire lbs. 

Wire cloth . . . . 






14 
15 


3,890 
193,375 


10,778 

30,061 

29,804 

349,997 

6,616 


3,233 40 
2,976 53 
6,864 19 
102,627 47 
1,919 03 


1,936 
126,729 


10,956 

24,474 

34,517 

392,557 

8,378 


3,282 0& 
2,396 29 

8,125 27 


17 

18 


Manufactureof bra88,N.E.S 

Nails, rivets and burrs 




115,293 80 




2,483 93 




Total brass and manu- 












826,186 


117,620 62 




935,895 


131,581 37 













i STATISTICAL AND FIXANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 







Imports. 










Exports. 






Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. 

48,689 

1,842 

(),205 

20,374 

77,110 
8,396 


1898. 

$ 

61,138 

1.839 

7,778 

25,599 


1899. 

$ 

64,212 

2,012 
19,961 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


S 

65,138 

2,957 
5,707 


$ 

66,197 

1,371 
13 050 


a 


$ 


6 


§; 


.........J 


16,263 


15,694i 13-842 






















90,065 


99,354 
5,364 


101,879 


94,460 






: 










3,834 


7,802 


8,511 





















21,081 


30,810 

• 

14,169 

18,497 
51,964 

33,287 

49,647 
1,320 

' 14,716 

21,979 

287,887 

1,136 


47,791 

19,539 

( 13,769 
I 83,336 

48,892 
62,645 


56,572 

35,239 

43,652 
123,220 

61,618 

78,629 


66,513 

44,687 

52,816 
135,999 

80,709 
84,289 












32,383 




1 






22,197 
I 49,585 


















39,491 






43,525 








811 














12,470 

17,965 

26,306 

288,116 

2,979 


10,783 

30,061 

29,804 

348,830 

6,071 


12,347 

24,474 

34,517 

393,159 

8,378 












18,949 











21,895 













289,830 






3,127 
























542,874 


525,412 


623,808 


824,479 


937,888 











TRADE AND COMMERCE. . i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 


1900. 




Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Metals and minerals, and manu- 
factures of, N.E.S.— Con. 
Copper and manufactures of— 
Copper matte or regulus of, 
and black or coarse copper 
and copper cement, fine 
copper therein contained 




$ 


S cts. 




'S 


S cts. 


2 


Bars, rods and bolts, in lengths 
not less than G f t cwt. 

Copper in pigs or ingots .. 

Copper in strips, sheets or 
plates, not planished or 
coated — . t. 

Nails, rivets and burrs 


20,315 
14,080 

13,134 


278,553 
207,311 

148,594 

4,259 

39,429 

60 
11,310 

29,292 

45,144 

911 

33,523 




31,587 
9,521 

14,810 


555,278 
162,254 

226,256 

7,538 

18,736 

389 
24,457 

• 

54,728 

152,745 

675 

68,603 




3 






4 




5 


1,245 98 


2,246 63 


H 


Old and scrap . . .... cwt. 

Oxide of copper, black, in- 
cluding platinum for use in 
the manufacture of chlo- 
rate lbs. 

Copper rollers for use in calico 
printing 


2,470 
100 


1,919 
448 


7 




8 






9 
10 

n 


Drawn tubing in lengths not 
less than 6 ft., and not 
polished, bent or otherwise 

manufactured lbs. 

Wire M 

Wire'cloth 


136,796 

280,648 


" (5", 771 ' 10 
204 94 

9,897 67 


246,850 
769,519 


■22, 825 "44 
149 24 


12 


All other manufactures of, 
N.E.S 

Total copper and manufactures of . 

Gold and silver and manufac- 
tures of— 

Gold-bearing quartz, dust or 
nuggets 

Gold, silver and aluminum 
leaf and Dutch and schlag 
metal leaf 






20,390 74 












798,386 


18,119 69 





1,271,659 


45,612 05 


13 
14 




43,103 

7,8S0 
198,382 


9,081 90 
2,340 42 

57.P06 93 


1 
i 

1 


43,458 

6,127 

196,177 
93,383 


1 
10,824 02 


15 


Manufactures of gold, N. E. 





1,801 64 


16 


Electro-plated ware and gilt 

ware of all kinds, N.E.S 

Sterling or other silverware 




56,926 74 


17 




92, 955 i 26. ,505 40 


26,627 79 


18 


Silver ore and silver, metallic, 
contained in ore concen- 
trates, &c 






1 


i 




Total gold and silver, &c 






.... . . 






; 






342,3201 95.434 65 





339,145 


i 96,180 19 




1 






I 


1 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, tfec. — Continued. 



87 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1 
1899. 1900. 

1 


S 


■- 


294,230 


550,577 


864,778 


922,979 


1,387,388 


24,282 


30,(t30 

161,205 

3,023 
4,565 

226 
2 

14,027 


438,968 
r 79,845 

1 231,938 
3,131 
1,069 

917 
3,063 

9.3.270 


278,553 
207,311 

148,594 

4,264 

39,429 

60 
11,310 

29,292 

45,144 

911 

33,523 


555,278 
162,254 

226,256 

7,538 

18,736 

389 
24,457 

54,72'< 

152,745 

675 

68,603 


\ 








I 174,205 












2 132 













3,406 




. . 


407 

286 








13,(562 












46,902 
4,697 


2'.),330 49^399 
' 1,326 j 7,142 

26,528! 29.6.52 









25,075 














' 












295,054 


270,262 

32,717 

7,390 

123,798 
131,973 


868,394 

40,627 

3,756 

1(53,332 
94,919 


798,391 

.... 

38,371 

7,880 

199,135 
92,918 


1,271,659 

43,458 

6,127 

199,881 
93,456 


294,2.30 


550,577 


864,778 


922,979 


1,387,388 


29,676 

*9,247 

152,242 
154,677 


1,009,053 


2,804,101 


3,588,842 


3,272,702 


14,148,543 












1,595,548 


9.61.3 173 


3,519,786 


2,630,281 


1,354,055 














345,842 


295,878 


302,634 


338,-304 


342,922 


2,694,60l! 5,417,274 

i 


7,108,628 


5,902,983 


15,502,598 



13 



5518 



Silver coin of United States included. 



TRADE AND COMMERCE, \ 

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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



• 29 



Metals and minerals, and manu- 
factures of, N.E.S.— Com. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or both 
combined : 
Agricultural implements, N.E.S. — 

Binder attachments No. 

Cultivators n 

Drills, grain seed n 

Farm, road or field rollers. . . n 

Forks, pronged h 

Harrows n 

Harvesters, self-binding, and 

and without binders i. 

Hay tedders n 

Hoes It 

Horse rakes t. 

Knives, hay or straw n 

Lawn mowers n 

Manure spreaders , i. 

Mowing-machines n 

Parts of agricultural imple- 

nients 

Ploughs No. 

Post hole diggers. h 

Potato diggers n 

Rakes, N.E.S. . -. . „ 

Reapers.. n 

Scythes and snaths, sickles 

or reaping hooks doz. 

Sjiades and shovels and 
spade and shovel blanks, 
and iron or steel, cut to 

shape for the same 

Threshers and separators. 

Weeders n 

All other agricultural im- 
plements, N.E.S 

Total agricultural implements 



Quantity. 



103,312 

2,502 

2,912 

5 

4G,997 

4,091 

6,931 

170 

27,976 

4,330 

229 

2,573 

26 

10,332 



No. 



9,617 

48S 

17 

26,867 

504 

9,118 



7,860 

178 

7,953 



1899. 



Value. 



1900. 



Duty. 



^ cts. 



I 

32,756! 6,5.51 27 

17,954! 3,590 80 

64,683 12,936 60 

1601 40 00 

11,005! 2,753 90 

53,739, 10,549 10 

664,610; 132,920 50 

4,6521 1,163 00 



3,120 
69,043 

127 
6,545 

697 



348,735 69,747 00 



cwt. 



Anchors 

Anvils and vices 

Axle springs, axles, axle-bars 
a.e.s. and axle blanks and 
jiarts thereof, of iron or steel, 
for railway or tramway or 
other vehicles . cwt. 

Bar iron or steel rolled, whether 
in coils, bundles, rods or bars, 
comprising rounds, c>vals, 
squares and flats, rolled 
shapes, N.O.P.. cwt. 

Bars and round rods, galvanized 

Iron or steel plates or sheets 
rolled, sheared or unsheared, 
and skelp iron or steel sheared 
or rolled in grooves, N.E.S.. cwt. 



6,992 



192,158 

195 

307 

4,920 

25,066 

34,271 



27,686 
71,738 
56,856 

21,785 



772 20 

13,808 60 

31 37 

2,271 09 

140 00 



Quantity. 



1,712,^ 



8,433 
20,132 



14,793 43,867 



325,946 448, 



73,128 



101,305 



38,431 58 

48 75: 

73 13 

1,226 25 

5,013 20; 

8,258 41 



8,865 79 
17,934 60 
11,372 75 

5,409 85 



353,909 74 



5,462 82 



14,779 53 



1,735 

1,426 

9i 

29.512 

3,409 

8,978 

78 

18,328 

6,097 

239 

1,741 

118 

10,305 



Value. 



Duty. 



J5 cts. 



32,160 
18,199 
40,195 
1-J9 
9,691 
63,819 



6,432 00 
3,636 35 
8,037 75 
37 25 
2,407 42 
12,763 80 



7,569 

133 

29 

9,695 
410 

3,208 



804,304 


160,860 40 


8,175 


2,043 75 


3,217 


795 01 


120,136 


24,027 20 


367 


91 75 


5,187 


1,805 91 


4,187 


838 20 


355,645 


71,111 40 



215,9881 43,197 79 



2,U1 

21, n>: 



,487 
302 
107 



16,663 



30,885 

117,892 

2,102 

57,689 



3,437 



30,823 



1,931,489 



11,891 
19,442 



77,338 



112,175 55 267,413 525,639 



24,700 94 83,194 



51 00 

189 00 

529 50 

4,354 40 

3,905 84 



9,172 54 

29,472 94 

420 40 

14,381 56 



400,563 16 



5,414 79 



23,696 86 



87,073 21 



160.873 



24,464 37 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, tfec. — Continued. 



1896. 



3,766 
21,483 
40,243 



6,408 
18,729 

130,780 



1,052 
12,903 

7 
977 



(3,578 



51,670 



983 
2,330 

22,430 



23,596 
23,805 



Tmports. 



469,875 
7,875 



Value. 



1897. 



1898. 



5,212, 
20,094 
32,180 



8,078 
30,201 

203,537 



1,267 

16,357 

41 

3,0()4 



92,878 



r6,432 



1,942 
4,614 

17,854 



21,942 
28,913 



35,135 39,716 



38,221 



438,166 
2,373 



604,322 

8,557 



41,129 



460,016 
247 



7,824: 
14,136 
53,806 
108i 
12, 41 9 1 
36, 155 i 

407,542 

801 

2,166 

31,578 

128 

4,770 

175 

189,924 

43,349 

1.59,718 

138 

69 

1,126 

12,142 

22,857 



14,696 

38,002 

127 

13,834 

1,067,590 

9,095 
13,767 



28,481 



372,073 



1899. 



32,936 
17,954 
64,583 
173 
11,005 
53,739 

664,610 

4,6.52 

3,120 

69,043 

127 

6,545 

697 

348,898 



188,4221 

195! 

307! 

4,920 

25,0(J6! 



34,283 



57,134 

21,788 

1,716,147 

8,433 
19,946 



43,867 



Exports. 



Value. 



1900. i 1896. 



32,218 1 
18,199 
40,308 
149 
9,696 
63,819 



806,979 
8,175 
3,217 

120,136 

367 

5,187 

4,187 

359,578 



216,156 

204 

755 

2,118 

24,471 

16,791 



27,686 31,145 
78,264 116,277 
2,102 



1897. i 1898. 1899. 



595,277 



57,9871 j 
1,940,221 1 595,277 



11,891' 
19,616; 



77,338 



448,592 526,790 



81,858 102,547 

I 



160,873 



(62,262 



1,444,463 



1900. 



762,262 



1,444,463 



1,867,223 



1,693,581 



1,867,223 



1,693,581 



28 



31 



90 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 


1900. 




Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 








$ 


$ cts. 




S 


S cts. 




Metals and minerals, and manu- 
















factures of N.E.S. —Con. 




- 












Iron and manufactures of, steel 
















and manufactures of, or both 
















combined— Con. 














1 


Skelp iron or steel, sheared or 
rolled in grooves, imported 






























by manufacturers of wrought 
















iron or steel pipe for use only 
















in the manufacture of wrough t 
















iron or steel pipe cwt. 


215,179 


223,368 


11,155 71 


247,469 


428,871 


19,230 58 


2 


Iron or steel plates rolled, not 
less than 30 in. in width and 
not less than i in. in thick- 
















ness, N.O.P 


172,396 


221,778 


21,707 39 


251,332 


386,556 


32,734 80 


3 


Iron or steel plates or sheets, 
sheared or unsheared, and 
skelp iron or steel, sheared 
or rolled in grooves, and iron 
or steel of all widths thicker 
than No. 17 gauge, N.E.S 















4 


Butts and hinges, N.E.S 




17,124 


5,104 48 




19,36ii 5,788 50 


5 


Cart or wagon skeins or boxes, lbs. 


5,642 


988 


239 07 


106,788 


5,687, 1,631 03 


6 


Cast iron vessels, plates, stove 
plates and irons, sad irons, 
hatters' irons and tailors' 
















irons 




9,853 


2,462 13 




9,608 


2,399 09 


7 


Cast iron pipe of every descrip- 
















tion cwt. 


105,914 


105,573 


41,778 70 


25,910 


61,859 


10,267 11 


8 


Castings, iron or steel in the 
rough, N. E. S 


















111,702 


27,869 79 




296,870 


74,148 51 


9 


Chains, iron or steel, ^th of an 
















inch in diameter and over. . . cwt. 


31,956 


60,975 


2,858 19 


34,478 


107,672 


4,667 54 


10 


Chain, malleable, sprocket or 




















26,653 


5,329 15 




24,341 


4,868 00 


11 


Chains, N.E.S 




25,302 


6,893 29 




47,551 


13,371 35 


12 


Cut tacks, brads, sprigs, or shoe 
nails, double pointed, and 
other tacks of iron and steel, 
















N.O.P lbs. 


180,692 


11,910 


4,157 63 


165,659 


14,784: 5,172 82 


13 


Engines, locomotive, for rail- 














ways, N.E.S No. 




398,118 


139,341 22 


72 


446.097 156,133 95 


14 


Engines, fire n 




1733 


605 55 


6 


7,830 2,740 50 


15 


Engines other, and l)oilers, 
















N.E.S No. 


332 


107,984 


26,799 95 


556 


292,239 


71,076 87 


16 


Fire extinguishing machines. . 
Locomotive and car wheel 




31,197 


10,896 09 





32,198 


11,216 01 


17 
















tires of steel in the rough . . . cwt. 
Iron or steel scrap, wrousrht. 


16,051 


49,134 




28,790 


81,312 




18 












being waste or refuse, in- 
















cluding punchings, cut- 
















tings and clippings of iron 
















or steel plates or sheets, 
















having been in actual use ; 
















crop ends of tin plate bars, 
















blooms and rails, the same 
















not having been in actual 
















use . cwt. 


565,931 


298,219 


27,944 74 


771,711 


635,008 


36,563 6 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c.— Continued. • 



91 



Imports . 



VaJi 



1896. 1897. 1898. 1899. 1900 



138,052 



185,166 



60,616! 68,179 



10,023 



11,296 



223,368 



221,852 



9,283 
47,415 



62,121 
13,973 

3,405 



13,518 
34,103 



55,628 
12,325 

3,778 



80,H7i 118,463 
17,003: 250 



14,368 
229 1 



7,213, 

38,240 

79,799 

63,390 

19,866 
17,371 

8,605 



Exports. 



Value. 



1896. 1897. 1898. 1899. 1900. 



428,871 



386,556 



17,124 

988 



9,839^ 
105,059: 



19,361 
5,687 



9,608 
61.859 



106,162 



130,887 



116,439 



111, 702 j 296,807 

60,1271 107,780 

26,653 24,341 

24,541 47,574 



11,910! 14,784 



576,091: 398,1181 446,097' 
9,764| 1,733! 7,6601 



28,030 48,147i 101,053, 111,154: 292,239 
3,o95| 5,963j 9,48li 31,197 32,198 

32,697 30,212 44, 631 1 49,134' 81,312 



193,868 97,127 



491,415 



292,243 



635,1721 



114,405 170,569 



m 



92 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. \ 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 




1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 








JB 


$ cts. 




$ 


S cts. 




Metals and minerals, and manu- 
















factures of, N.E.S.— Con. 
















Iron and njanufactures of, steel 
















and manufactures of, or 
















both combined— Con. 














] 


Ferro-manganese, ferro-sili- 
















con, Spiegel, &c tons. 


1,1G0 


22,539 


899 91 


1,140 


39,064 


1,570 36 


9, 


Fittings of iron or steel for 


. 














iron or steel pipe lbs. 


3,527,921 


165,532 


49,632 36 


3,653,072 


234,782 


70,393 62 


3 


Forks, cast-iron, not handled 
ground or otherwise further 
manufactured.. 














4 


Forgings of iron or steel of 
whatever shape or size or 
in whatever stage of manu- 
facture, N.E.S. ; and steel 
shafting, tui'ued, compress- 
ed or polished ; and ham- 
mered iron or steel bars ov 
















shapes, X,O.F lbs. 


2,518,063 


59,738 


17,915 85 


1,366,781 


65,074 


19,311 92 


.5 


Frogs,switches,crossings and 
















intersections of railways. . cwt. 


2.052 


3,065 


919 50 


12,594 


41,833 


12,549 90 


« 


Hardware, viz. : Builders', 
cabinet-makers',upholster- 
ers', harness-makers' and 
saddlers' hardware, includ- 
ing curry combs, carriage 
















hardware, &c . 




572,928 


168,459 39 




591,683 


174,174 72 


7 


Hoop, band, scroll or strip of 














iron or steel, rolled, 8 
















inches or less in width. No. 
















18 gauge and thicker, 
















N.E.S cwt. 


31,497 


43,300 


10,813 88 


21,832 


4.0,480 


7,075 20 


S 


Hoop, band, scroll or strip of 
iron or steel, rolled, thin- 
ner than No. 18 gauge. 
















N.E.S .. . M 


154,639 


86,518 


4,215 80 


68,242 


105,169 


4,852 87 


^ 


Hoop iron, not exceeding | of 
an inch in width and being 
No. 25 gauge or thinner, 
used for the manufacture of 
















tubular ri vets cwt 


32 


310 




22,785 


52,571 




10 


Iron or steel ingots, cogged 
ingots, V)l'toms, slabs, bil- 
lets, imddled bars, and 
loops or other forms, N.O. 
P., less finished than iron 
or steel liars, but more 
advanced than pig iron, ex- 
















cept castings u 


124,311 


103,198 


11,545 64 


255,145 


362,463 


21,980 40 


11 


Iron bridges and structural 














12 


Iron or steel bridges or parts 
thereof ; iron or steel struc- 
tural work, columns, shajjes 
or sections,drilled, punched 
or in any further stage of 
manufacture than as rolled 
















or cast, N.E.S cwt. 


3(11,428 


540,430 


189,134 00 


95,811 


330,167 


115,558 45 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c — Continued. 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1 
1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1 

s ! 

1 
1 

12,811 
68,951 


$ 

9,233 

68,861 

862 

35,583 
3,770 

289,458 
23,816 


23,091 
85,592 


21,964 
165,463 


39,064 


S 


$ 


% 


$ 


$ 


235,628 

























37,240 
4,237 


34,844 
3,303 

424,116 

32,167 
55,795 

217 

i 

83,256 
697,811 


59,738 
3,065 

572,154 

43,300 

86,288 

310 

81,283 

281,175 


65,074 
41,833 

592,332 

45,480 

105,169 

1 

52,571 

362,463 

327,180 


















291,943 
32,301 


92,087 


123,246 


180,774 


158,834 


325,164 
















623 


316 

127,086 
19,317 

1 


151,023 
48,318 




























1 } 







12 



n 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11.— Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



10 



20 



27 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumpi'ion. 



1899. 



Quantity 



1,300 



16 



Metals and minerals, and manu- 
factures of, N.E.S. — Con. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or both 
combined — Con. 
Iron or steel beanis, sheets, 
plates, angles and knees for 
iron, steel or composite 

ships or vessels cwt. I 45,040 

Iron in pigs, kentledge and 

cast scrap iron tons. 1 46,639 

Charcoal n 1,955 

Iron ore 

Iron or steel masts for ships 

or parts thereof cwt. 

Locks of all kinds 

Machines and machinery, &c. .. . 
Mining and smelting ma- 
chinery, which is at the 
time of its importation of 
a class or kind not manu- 
factured in Canada . . . . ; ... 

Grain crushers No . 

Ore crushers and rock crush- 
ers, stamp mills, Cornish 
and belted rolls, rock 
drills, air oom pressors, 
cranes, derricks and per- 
cussion coal cutters 

Wind mills No . 

Portable machines — 

Fanning mills . . n 

Fodder or feed cutters . . m 

Horse powers n 

Portable engines n 

Portable saw and planing 

mills II 

Portable machines, other n 

Parts of above articles 

Lithographic presses and 
typemaking accessories 

therefor 

Printing presses, printing, 
folding, book-binding, 
book-binders, ruling, em- 
bossing and paper cutting 

machines No. 

Parts of above articles 

Sewing machine attach- 
ments 

Sewing machines and parts 

of No. 

Slot machines n 

Machines, typewriting ... n 
All other machinery com- 
posed wholly or in part of 

iron or steel, N.E.S 

Malleable iron castings and iron 
or steel castings, N.E.S cwt. i 6,390 



350 

46 

5 

34 

101 

11 

1,947 



539 



7,630 

293 

1,588 



Value. 



57,421 

475,505 
19,123 



1,119 
130,188 



299,800 
961 



33,780 
15,708 

518 

35 

2,213 

72,061 

15,779 
45,634 
19,099 



4,816 



205,049 
47,493 

22,915 

158,918 

7,811 

92,052 



2,293,904 
16,649 



1900. 



Duty, i Quantity . 



% cts. 



115,112 28 
4,887 26 



38,423 12 



240 25 



8,445 00 
3,926 41 

129 50 

8 75 

553 25 

18,015 34 

3,944 75 

11,367 84 

4,805 75 



481 60 



20,428 40 
4,739 35 



65,020 

63,514 
1,816 



47,373 61 

1,952 75 

23,026 02 



548,966 43 
4,146 84 



347 

206 
11 
29 

185 

7 
603 



Value. 



123,214 

962,171 
38,736 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



12 
128,552 



147,512 74 
4,538 16 



37,926 34 



724,187 
343 



35,745 
16,971 

2,197 

139 

2,106 

157,553 

1,555 
41,971 
43,106 



411 



9,211 

387 

1,890 



4,524 



435 



217,082 
87,339 

28,358 

210,508 

14,202 

109,867 



3,433,688 
18,018 



85 75 



8,913 44 
4,242 75 

549 25 

34 75 

526 50 

39,388 25 

388 75 
10,451 27 
10,776 50 



43 50 



21,628 32 
8,720 09 



62,868 37 

3,550 90 

27,466 75 



818,558 20 
4,508 17 






i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



95 



Imports. 



Value. 



1896. 



21,250 

408, 5bl 
11,726 



1897. 



70 
57,894 



193,098 



20,014 
166 



1,017 
15,640 

2,137 
54,536 
40,189 



1,912 



142,500 



113,354 
■ 54;i58 



42,542 

291,859 
35,373 



1898. i 1899. 



59,275 



128,780 



15,559 

148 



4,424 

26,608 



68,694 

405,419 
23,533 



97,358 



202,213 
37 



38,589 
16,957 



12 

1,375 
56,134 



57,421 

465,387 
19,123 



1,119 
129,998 



1,811 9,707 
68,396 54,699 
25,136 14,600 



1,150 



114,416 



100,926 
' 6b!968 



1,096,798 1,337,521 
80,059 97,721 



7,791 



176,806 
25,105 

19,695 

120,401 

1,731 

65,371 



1,732,095 
32,214 



298,010 
961 



33,780 
15,537 

518 

35 

2,655 

74,703 

15,779 
45,936 
20,318 



4,816 



206,339 
47,493 

22,915 

159,147 

7,811 

91,9101 



1900. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1896. 



123,214 

990,810 
38,736 



12 
128,552 



721,942 
343 



35,745 
16,971 

2,197 
139 

2,960 
157,231 

1,555| 
41,972, 

42, 827 i 



435 



217,082 
87,339 

28,358 

214,205 

14,202 

109,667 



2,318,0981 3,461,399 
16,649 17,930 



1897. 



56,014 
1 39, 999 



256,416 



1898. 



73, 154 j 84,101 91,721 

:26;979 ' ' ' +24,3921 " +23,865 



1899. 



212,034 



36,284 



16,278 



310,127 



417,696 



1900. 



423,755 

J25,7 



668,689 



23, 340 i 



20,065 



17,405 



19 



J Includes 'Chromic iron.' 



96 



TRADE AND COMMERCE, i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11.— Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





1 ARTICLES. 

1 

i 


^ 


Entered for Home Consumption. 






1899. 




1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 








S 


^ cts. 


1 
i 


S 


S cts. 




Metals and minerals, and manu- 








1 








factures of, N.E.S.— Cow. 
















Iron and manufactures of, steel 
















and manufactures of, or both 
















combin ed — Con. 














1 


Manufactured articles of iron 
or steel or brass which at the 
time of their imiX)rtation are 
of a class or kind not manu- 
factured in Canada, when 
imported for use in the con- 
struction of iron or steel 
ships or vessels 




19,432 




i 


27 314 




2 


Nails, spikes, composition and 
















sheathing nails lbs . 


30,255 


2,674 


368 45 


17,453 


3,398 


443 11 


3 


Nails and spikes, wrought and 
pressed, tnmk, clout, cooper's, 
cigar box, Hungarian, h(»rse- 
















shoe and other nails, N.E.S. n 


264,819 


8,896 


2,487 48 


198,062 


11,023 


2,953 19 


4 
5 


Horse mule or ox slioes 




12,767 


3,830 61 




10,459 


3,137 70 


Nails and spikes, cut, including 














railway spikes lbs . 


925,653 


16,962 


4,554 40 


2,039,552 


52,354 


10,171 52 


6 


Plough plates, mould boards 
and land slides and other 
plates for agricultural imple- 
ments when cut to shape 
from plates of rolled steel 
but not moulded, punched, 
ix)lished or otherwise manu- 
















factured, . . , cwt . 


48,849 


133,764 


6,679 43 


31,032 


126,233 


6,303 55 


7 
8 


Pumps N E S 




113,816 


28,398 27 




171,210 


42,773 86 


Railway bars and rails of iron 















or steel, for railways and 
















tramwaysof any form, punch- 
















ed or not punched, N.E.S. . tons. 


4,823 


86,614 


25,944 67 


5,384 


132,689 


36,971 70 


9 


Railway fish-plates and tie- 
















plates .. 


5,821 


131,498 


45,909 11 


8,478 


226,280 


64,150 96 


10 


Rolls of chilled iron or steel. . . cwt. 


1,820 


7,247 


2,149 95 


1,710 


6,703 


1,959 38 


11 


Rolled iron or steel angles, tees, 
beams, channels, girders and 
other rolled shapes or sec- 
tion, weighing less than 35 
lbs. per lineal yard, not punch- 
ed, drilled or further manu 
















factured than rolled, N.O. P. .. 


100,413 


113,945 


34,657 30 


110,259 


183,214 


37,034 40 


12 


Rolled iron or steel angles, tees, 
beams, channels, joists, gird- 
ers, zees, stars or rolled shapes, 
or trough, bridge, building or 
structural or rolled sections, 
or shapes, not punched, drill- 
ed or further manufactured 
than rolled, N.E.S., and flat 
eye bar blanks not punched 
















or drilled . .. 


241,407 


251,205 


25,086 93 


673,511 


877,404 


87,045 87 


IS 


Safes, and doors of, and vaults. 




19,319 


5,795 70 




14,336 


4,300 80 


14 


Scales, balances and weighing 
















beams and strength-testing 
















machines 




76,673 


22,827 68 




88,325 


26,439 57 











i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



97 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



Value. 



f 
1896. 1897. . 1898. 1899. 1900. 1896. 1897. I 1898. 1899. 1900. 



\ 20,262 
15,932 



29,572 
110,478 



121,195 

50,396 
5,157 



58,867 



211,394 
4,941 



21,334 



3,972i 6,606 
2,149 4,253 



18,156 
9,537 



37,134 
86,962 



82,354 

67,475 
1,846 



60,960 



37,470 
6,585 



8,031 
5,470 

10,560 



96,722 
93,594 



88,494 

171,962 
4,743 



83,920 



277,179 
5,580 



24,042 



42,615 



19,432 
2,25e> 



8,988 
12,767 

16,803 



133,764 
113,982 



86,614 

131,141 
7,247 



113,996 



248,195 251,205 
6,781 19,236 



76,350 



27,314 
3,512 



11,265 
10,459 

52,354 



126,233 
170,921 



138,494 

226,380 
6,703 



183,214 



877,404 
14,369 



88,943 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 




Entered for Home Consumption. 






1899. 


1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 








$ 


$ cts. 




S 


$ cts. 




Metals and minerals and manu- 
















factures of, N.E.S.— Con. 
















Iron and manufactures of, steel 
















and manufactures of, or both 
















combined— Continued. 














1 


Scrap-iron and scrap-steel, old 
and fit only to be re-manu- 
factured, being part of or 
recovered from any vessel 
wrecked in waters subject to 








1 








the jurisdiction of Canada. . cwt. 


1,102 


3,049 




3,343 


3,497 




2 


Screws, iron and steel, com- 
monly called ' wood screws,' 
N.E.S lbs. 
















217,409 


17,254 


6,026 09 


153,286 


19,328 


6,730 13 


3 


Iron and steel, rolled, round 
wire rod in the coil not over 
§ inch in diameter, imported 
by wire manufacturers for use 






























in making wire in the coil in 
















their factories cwt. 


695,992 


765,777 




839,870 


1,196,593 




4 


Iron or steel sheets : Canada 














plate; Russia iron, flat, gal- 
















vanized, turned plate and 
















rolled sheets of iron or steel. 
















coated with zinc, spelter or 
















other metal of all widths or 
















thickness, N.O.P - 


426,950 


954,605 


39,195 94 


418,562 


963,331 


39,861 10 


5 


Iron or steel sheets, rolled. No. 
















17 gauge and thinner, N. 0. P. cwt. 


119,622 


230,828 


10,203 55 


172,964 


377,116 


16,394 18 


6 


Iron or steel sheets, or other 
iron or steel of all widths, 
sheet iron, common or black, 
smoothed, polished, coated 
or galvanized, and Canada 
plates. No. 17 gauge and 
thinner, and hoop, band or 
strip, iron or steel, N.E.S. 


















+ 







+ 




7 


Skates, of all kinds, or parts of 
















same.. . . . pis. 


184,166 


71,610 


20,612 07 


72,440 


24,323 


8,513 05 


8 


Steel bowls for cream separ- 

atorst 

Steel rails weighing not less 




228,721 






216,953 




9 














than 45 lbs. per lineal yard. 
















for use in railway tracks cwt. 


2,076,658 


1,714,228 




2,612,344 


2,793,903 




10 


Steel, valued at 2i cts. per lb. 
















and upwards, for manu- 


















294 


1,383 




1,253 


5,810 




11 


Steel for saws and straw-cut- 














10,985 


74,908 




23,403 


259,676 




12 


Steel, crucible sheet, 11 to 16 










gauge, 2^ to 18 inches wide, 
injported by manufacturers 






























of mower and reaper knives 
















for use in their factories, 
















o.c .. 


8,574 


36,533 




10,810 


46,665 









*For this item previous to 1898 see item No. 23, pages 112 and 1 13, 

t Includes cream separators subsequent to 1897. t Included in items Nos. 4 and 5, pages 98 and 99. 



i ST A TISTIGA L A ND FINANCIA L ST A TEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



99 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 1897. 

i 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


S 1 


$ 


$ 


% 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 


4,150 


4,053 


949 


3,049 


3,497 












9 284 


6,388 


10,565 


17,214 


19,289 








' 




« 


-M- 


658,153 


765,777 


1,196,593 
















706,615 


953,423 


963,153 
















279,328 


230,828 


377,116 












750,140 


810,180 


+ 




•♦- 












14,539 


25,556 


56,746 


54,385 


24,323 












33,508 


35,435 


130,718 


228,721 


216,953 












1,034,578 


1,443,857 


1,810,605 


1,714,228 


2,787,866 












10,185 


5,264 


4,357 


1,383 


5,810 












63,265 


59,884 


66,263 


74,908 


259,676 












17,136 


26,246 


33,937 


36,533 


46,665 













12 



10-i-7i 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 






1899. 




1900. 








Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 








$ 


$ cts. 




S 


S cts. 


1 


Metals and minerals, and mami- 
factures of, N.E.S,— Con. 

Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or both 
combined — Con. 

Steel strip, specially imported 
by manufacturers of buck- 
thorn and plain strip fencing 
for use in their factories, 
O.C - 


) 










• 


2 


Steel, rolled rods of under \ in. 
in diameter, or under ^ an 
inch square, imported" by 
knob or lock manufacturers 
or cutlers for use m their fac- 
tories cwt. 

Steel, of No. 20 gauge and 
thinner, but not thinner than 
No. 30 gauge, to be used in 
the manufacture of corset 
steel, clock springs, and shoe 
shanks n 

Steel wire, flat, of No. 16 gauge 
or thinner, imported by the 
manufacturers of crinoline or 
corset wire, and dress stays, 
&c 

Steel of No. 12 gauge and thin- 
ner but not thinner than No. 
30 gauge, impoited by manu- 
facturers of buckle clasps and 
ice creepers cwt. 

Steel, flat, spring, steel billets 
and steel axle-bars imported 
by manufacturers of carriage 
springs and carriage axles for 
use exclusively in the manu- 
facture of springs and axles 
for carriages or vehicles other 
than railway or tramway.. . . n 

Steel spiral spring, for spiral 
springs for railways imported 
by the manufacturers of rail- 
way springs for use exclu- 
sively in the manufacture of 
railway spiral springs . . ... n 

Steel springs for the manufac- 
ture of surgical trusses im- 
ported by manufacturers for 
use in their factories .i 

Steel for the manufacture of 
bicycle chains imported by 
manufacturers for use in their 

factories ^^ 

) Steel for use in the construction 

of international bridges, O.C. lbs. 


1,981 

2,368 
1,914 

879 

51,963 

22,015 

139 

1,155 
2,546,000 


4,571 

7,997 

12,385 

1,995 

60,017 

32,458 

979 

3,450 
53,415 




1,373 

1,747 
2,798 
1,149 

70,239 

32,194 

491 

1,008 


5,370 

7,177 

17,547 

4,609 

108,644 

57,914 

1,561 

4,459 
63,292 




3 






4 







5 




• 


6 










8 


j 




S 
IC 


1 

! 




i 







(fti^^^ 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 101 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 





Imports. 




1 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


a 


% 


$ 


$ 


a 


$ 


S 


$ 


S 


S 


2 777 


2,095 
746 


















4,040 


2,383 


4,571 


5,370 

















C 7,500 


7,997 


7,177 












- 14,877 


15,263 
















I 13,264 
677 


12,385 
1,995 

60,017 

32,458 
979 


17,547 
4 609 












1,332 


1,823 












51,113 

26,536 
1,692 


108,644 

















57,914 
1,561 


• 




























3,206 

20,887 


3,450 

1 53,415 

i 


4,459 
63,292 














66,095 




















102 



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-No. 11 — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



1900. 



Quantity. 



21 



cwt. 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of, N.E.S.— Co?i. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or 
both combined — Con. 
Steel in bars, bands, hoops, 
scroll or strips, sheets, or 
plates of any size, thickness 
or width when of greater 
value than 2i cts. per lb., 

N.O.P " 

Steel, chrome steel ... n 

Steel for the manufacture of 

files, hammers, augers, &c . n 
Steel for the manufacture of tu- 
bular bow sockets n 

Steel, manufactures ol : — 

Pen knives, jack knives and • 

pocket knives of all kinds 

Table cutlery, all kind s,N.E.S 

All other cutlery, N.E.S 

Bayonets, swords, fencing 

foils and masks 

Guns, rifles, including air 
guns and air rifles (not 
being toys), muskets, can- 
nons, pistols, revolvers, or 

other firearms 

Needles, of any material or 

kind, N.O.P 

Surgical and dental instru- 
ments 

Knife blades, or blanks, and 
forks of iron or steel, in 
the rough, not handled, 
filed, ground or otherwise 

manufactured 

Steel, manuf'ctrs of, N.E.S. 

(exports) 

Stoves , 

Swedish rolled iron and 
Swedish rolled steel nail 
rods under half an inch in 
diameter for the manufac- 
ture of horseshoe nails. . . . cwt. 

Tacks, shoe lbs. 

Tools and implements : — 

Axes of all kinds, N.E.S doz. 

Saws 

Tools, hand or machine, of 

all kinds, N.O.P 

Files and rasps 

Adzes, cleavers, hatchets, 
wedges, sledges, hammers, 
crowbars, cant dogs and 
track tools ; picks, mat- 
tocks and eyes or poles for 
the same , 



Value. 



108,812 272,271 
3,210 16,741 



50,922 
930 



24,283 
53,915 

9,738 



89,330 
2,004 



124,344 
198,786 
131,294 

1,811 



123,838 
48,514 
86,779 

1,910 



Duty. 



S cts. 



12,495 16 
2,514 20 



30,732 31 
47,212 49 
33.088 53 

492 62 



34,455 00 
12,662 04 



126,949 



4,002 

41,402 
77,808 

490,662 

76,789 



25,503 



183 93 



31,693 61 



5,523 75 
1,383 15 

10,353 29 
23,146 39 

142,966 36 
22,224 57 



7,582 491 



Quantity. 



Value, i Duty. 



381,183 
7,220 

75,592 

1,437 



18,736 
59,954 

7,267 



856,509 
17,374 

149,788 

4,311 



122,854 
137,661 
158,292 

2,780 



140,911 

51,752 

103,740 

2,348 



129,676 



43,199 
4,970 

39,829 
95,664 

533,642 
101,945 



54,461 



cts. 



41,301 34 
2,606 10 



31,970 95 
33,780 31 
40,612 62 

688 93 



41,121 98 
13,694 65 



214 98 
32,393 36 



6,479 85 
1,723 32 

9,957 50 
28,564 87 

157,538 05 
29,617 69 



16,190 42 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



103 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Value. 



Value. 



1896. I 1897 



6,218 

14,848 

1,630 



77,243 

77,046 

113,829 



117,960 
31,905 
46,93^ 



1,445 



55,804 



41,350 
246 

31,910 
84,643 

267,666 
65,085 



5,141 

20,757 

9,380 



83,803 
58,709 

87,675 



92,753 
36,298 
54,218 

1,226 



67,482 



25,777 

748 

33,021 

77,570 

266,103 
52,690 



9,727 14,392 



1898. 1899. 



250,453 
16,044 

77,460 

2,595 



88,339 
115,088 
154,335 

3,770 



137,040 
40,413 

67,518 

1,285 



88,770 



41,572 
2,547 

36,711 
81,111 



37,662 



1900. i 1896. 



272,386 
16,741 

89,330 

2,004 



.127,288 
47,899 
86,779 

1,720 



126,944 



39 383 
4,002 

41,556 

77,726 



377,7241 478,934 
73,241 76,817 



25.503 



858,296 
17,374 

149,788 

4,311 



119,529 122,325 
178,511 137,811 
129,097 158,322 

1,811 2,780 

140,336 

52,238 

103,740 

2,348 

129,864 



43,199 
4,970; 

39,964| 
95,715, 

535,450! 
101,903 



.54,396 



1897. 



57,060 
3,015 



48,^39 
3,816 



1898. 



1899. 



$ S 



1900. 



58,880 
4,660 



119,097 
4,253 



12 



134,042 13 
3,594 14 



21 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 




1900. 




Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 




Metals and minerals, and manu- 




8 


$ cts. 




8 


$ cts. 




factures of, N.E.S.- Con. 
















Iron and manufactures of, steel 
















and manufactures of, or 
















both combined : — Con. 














1 


Tubing, rolled iron tubes not 
welded, under l^-inch in 
diameter, angle iron and 
10 gauge, not over 1^-inch 
wide, iron tubing lacquered 
or brass covered, not over 






























Ig-in. diameter, all of 
















wliich are cut to lengths 
















for the manufacture of bed- 
















steads cwt. 


13,473 


39,429 





24,126 


84,621 




2 


Tube for boilers of wrought 
iron or steel, including flues 
and corrugated tubes for 
















marine boilers lbs. 


5,382,203 


185,421 


9,152 06 


6,883,499 


392,876 


19,102 72 


3 


Tubing, lap- welded of iron or 
steel threaded, coupled or 
not, 1^ to 2 inches inclu- 
sive in diameter, for use 
















exclusively in artesian 










i 




wells, petroleum pipelines. 
















and petroleum refineries 














4 


Tubes, seamless steel, for 
















bicycles lbs. 


746,774 


58,770 


5,712 95 


516,238 


46,386 


4,405 94 


5 


Tubes of rolled steel, seam- 
less not joined or welded, 
not more than 1^ inches in 
















diameter m 


109,940 


11,482 


1,148 05 


269,581 


23,871 


2,316 61 


6 


Tubing, wrought-iron or steel, 
plain or galvanized, thread- 
ed and coupled or not, 2 
inches or less in diameter, 
















N.E.S , ., 


11,052,903 


253,224 


87,787 09 


6,428,507 


293,746 


94,515 83 


7 


Tubing, wro\'ght-iron or 
steel, plain or galvanized, 
threaded and coupled or 
not, over 2 inches in dia- 
















meter It 


13,253,641 


293,220 


43,948 97 


5,210,128 


260,564 


37,218 74 


8 


Other wrought-iron or steel 






j 








tubes or pipes, N.O.P. n 


559,969 


25,476 


7,637 03 


633,949 


43,685 


12,979 25 


9 


Steel plate, universal mill or 
rolled edge bridge plates 
imported by manufactur- 
















ers of bridges cwt. 


37,656 


39,434 


3,919 95 


67,610 


127,524 


11,996 13 


10 


Ware -Galvanized sheet iron 
or of galvanized sheet steel, 
















manufactures of, N.O.P. 




28,059 


6,820 85 





39,964 


9,493 16 


11 


Ware— Agate, granite or 
enamelled iron or steel 
















hollow ware 




26,356 


8,571 00 




25,548 


8,657 28 


12 


Ware— Enamelled iron or 
steel ware, N.E.S. ; iron or 
steel hollow ware, plain 
black, tinned or coated ; 
and nickel and aluminum 
kitchen or household hol- 
















low ware, N.E.S 


. . . . 


79,499 


23,569 42 




103,432 


30,561 63 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



105 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


8 
3,869 


8 

8,988 
92,835 

21,919 


8 

57,502 
131,936 

50,915 
ie,136 

214,152 

129,224 

20,804 

71,936 

r 18,683 

26,519 

. 57,218 


8 

39,429 
185,564 

58,770 
11,482 

257,011 

296,522 
25,476 

39,434 
28,059 
25,918 

78,926 


8 

84,555 
392,876 

46,386 
23,871 

299,199 

266,342 
43,688 

127,524 
42,968 
25,502 

103,670 


8 


8 


8 


8 


8 
1 

i 


127,432 












40,832 












97,285 


103,915 

165,473 
135,136 

174,131 

84,974 























297,223 
176,824 

155,624 

- 116,850 

J 


































] 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 


1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 








§ 


$ cts. 




S 


•S cts. 




Metals and minerals and manu- 
















factures of, N.E.S.—Cori. 
















Iron and manufactures of, steel 
















and manufactures of, or 
















both combined— Con. 














i 


Wire fencing, woven buck- 
thorn strip, and wire fenc- 
















ing of iron or steel lbs. 


708,154 


23,726 


3,395 92 


2,159,348 


82,868 


12,406 94 


2 


Wire, steel strip and fiat 
steel, imported by manu- 
facturers of plain strip 
fencing for use in their 
own factories in the manu- 






' 












12,980 


22,051 




2,191 


6,342 




3 


Wire, barbed fencing wire of 












iron or steel after Jan. 1, 
















1898 M 


169,180 


316,286 


. . . 


177,579 


475,667 




4 


Wire, single or several, cov- 
ered with cotton, linen. 
















silk or other material lbs. 


3,027,575 


304,608 


90,388 50 


3,718,316 


469,453 


140,258 09 


b 


Wire fencing, barbed, of iron 
or steel 














6 


Wire, galvanized iron, Nos. 












6 9 12 and 14 e-aue-e 














7 


Wire, iron or steel galvan- 
ized, Nos. 9, 12 and 13 

















gauge, after Jan. 1, 1898. . cwt. 
Wire of all kinds, N.E.S.... „ 


121,778 

79,484 


204,675 
154,872 




146,653 
50,122 


329,841 
191,914 




8 


30,127 70 


37,582 15 


9 


Wirenailsofallkinds,N.O.P lbs. 


388,326 


10,330 


2,330 06 


512,287 


19,900 


3,073 40 


10 


Wire rope, stranded or twist- 
ed wire, clothes lines, pic- 
ture or other twisted wire 
















and wire cables, N.E.S. . . cwt. 


9,141 


68,793 


15,240 19 


8,390 


78,242 


17,569 23 


11 


Wire crucible cast steel. . . . lbs. 


706,811 


36,613 




738,509 


51,239 




12 


Wire cloth, or wove wire and 
















netting of iron or steel i. 


262,003 


18,161 


5,212 82 


407,142 


29,121 


7,854 22 


13 


Wire screens, doors and win- 




















4,897 


1,456 35 




8,287 


2,390 25 


14 


Wire of iron or steel. No. 13 












and 14 gauge, flattened 
















:ind corrugated, used in 
















connection with the wire 
















grip machine for the manu- 
















facture of boots and shoes 


1 






• 








flnH IpnfVipr Wplt,ir»cr* 














15 


Wire rigging for ships and 


1 














VP«><pl«l OAVt'. 


1 3,908 


14 770 




4,726 


22,752 


, 


16 


Wire, Bessemer and homo, 














&c „ 


(;,302 


7,909 




4,987 


12,817 


. 


17 


Iron or steel nuts, washers, 
rivets and bolts with or 
without threads, and nut, 
bolt and hinge blanks, and 
T and strap hinges of all 












! ^ ^.. .^ 




kinds, N.E.S lbs. 


2,293,608 


78,191 


3(;,583 01 


2,055,111 


95,949 


39,344 15 



* For this item, subsequent to 1897 see item 9, pages 114 and 115. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, tfec. — Continued. 



107 



Imports. 


Exports. 




Value. 




Value. 


1893. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


$ 


§ 


% 


% 


•S 


§ 


S 


8 


8 


90 


868 


28,511 


23,726 


82,875 
















C 22,051 
I 316,286 


6,342 












. 




211,688 






1 
1 










475,667 








42,099 

8,641 

46,674 


62,130 
80,291 
68,672 


210,775 
I 31,000 


304,585 


469,462 




1 






! 


i 








232,121 

127,735 

6,907 


204,675 

154,872 

10,330 


329,841 










119,693 
9,008 


133,971 
14,718 


192,745 
19,900 















1 

1 




31,221 
26,456 


39,297 
22,694 


58,524 
32,306 


68,766 
36,613 


78,901 
51,239 














10,672 


18,268 


28,914 















2,349 


4,897 


8,287 












1,105 

10,598 

3,385 

46,112 


5,106 

12,548 

5 049 




. 








17 463 


14 770 


22 752 











22,630 
69,924 


7,909 
78,036 


1*> 817 








47,337 


J 
95,959 













. 1 

2 

3 

4 
5 



108 



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No. 11.- 


64 VICTORIA 
-Itemized Statement showing the Values of 


A. 1901 
Imports 




ARTICLES. 


EXTEEED FOR HOME CONSUMPTION. 




1899. 


1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Metals and minerals, and manu- 
factures of, N.E.S.— Co7i. 
Iron and manufactures of, steel 
and manufactures of, or 
both combined— Con. 
All other manufactures, arti- 
cles or wares not specially 
enumerated or provided 
for, composed wholly or in 
part of iron or steel, and 
whether partly or wholly 
manufactured 




928,799 


§ cts. 
274,209 21 




1 490 534 


$ cts. 




Total iron and steel and mf s. of 

Lead and manufactures of :— 
Old, scrap, pig and blocks . . cwt. 

Bars and sheets n 

Pipe lbs. 

Shot and bullets ... n 

Tea lead n 










20,158,980 3,521,361 14 




29,558,416 4.4.'^0.nin A?, 










2 
3 
4 
5 
6 


114,659 
44,796 

180,347 

58,834 

1,076,233 

285,821 


283,432 

39,833 

8,008 

2,141 

46,312 


36,241 36 

7,884 73 

2,375 42 

603 51 


62,361 
15,493 

181,533 
92,674 

930,601 

338,531 


207,819 

53,506 

8,560 

4,289 

43,615 

15,445 

48^272 


26,102 65 

11,101 23 

2,756 88 

1,337 35 


7 

8 
q 


Nitrate and acetate of, not 

ground.. m 

Lead ore 

Manufactures of, N.E.S 


12,962 

"■■35;636 'ib,i36'67 


14,243 07 




Total lead and manufactures of . 

Tin and manufactures of (ex- 
ports) 










427,724^ 57,241 69 




381,506 


55,541 18 








10 




" ' 2,574 

857 

3,216 

94,644 
306,085 
927,0.36 






' " 2^819 
2,141 

5,078 




11 


Tin crystals 






12 
13 


Tin plate in sheets, decorated lbs. 

u strip waste .t 

Tinware and all manufac- 
tures of tin, N.E.S 

Tin in blocks, pigs or bars . . cwt. 
Tin plates and sheets, ... i. 
Tin foil Ib5. 

Total tin and manufactures of . 


13,193 

27,768 

" " * 28,849 
331,507 

286,868 


214 25 


i.3,389 
150,897 


535 25 


14 


23,110 02 


99,601 
.580.8.55 


24,446 64 


15 


22,441 


16 




502,1681 1,683,788 




17 


38,401 




350,550 44,173 










1,372,813 


23,324 27 




2,418,455 


24,981 89 








IS 




9,624 

107,477 

29,687 

5,037 


2,351 94 




9,605 


2,372 76 


19 


II in blocks, pigs and sheets, cwt. 
M spelter in blocks and pigs n 
II seamless, drawn tubing, lbs. 

Total zinc, and manufactures of. 

Miscellaneous metals and min- 
erals and manufactures of, 
N.E.S. :- 
Aluminum, aluminium and 


18,785 
5,450 
3,903 


28,748 
5,8.% 
2,675 


156,167 
29,416 

1,870 




20 
2] 














151,825| 2,351 94 




197,058 


2,372 76 


22 














23 


Aluminium, manufactures 
of, N.O.P. 




5,126 
4,149 


1,247 20 




5,623 
6,920 


1,398 14 


24 
25 


Aluminium in ingots, blocks 
or bars, strips, sheets or 
plates .. lbs. 


27,713 


20,304 




26 


Asbestus" „ 
















i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



109 



Imports. 


1 
1 

Exports. 


Value. 




Value. 




1896. 


1 
1897. 

$ 
728,697 


1898. 

% 

1 

. 775,672 


1899. 

$ 

1 

1 

■ 1 
i 
1 

933,129 


1900. 
1,495,435 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


699,270 


$ 


.? 


8 


-S 


' 




10,203,052 


10,785,576 


17,106,207 


19,848,433 


29,649,178 


1,242,314 


1,397,195 


2,253,182 


2,817,159 


3,462,508 


! 

173,259 

24,033 

1,790 

1,202 

7,944 

7,307 


162,231 

28,251 

4,653 

1,795 

15,166 

7,061 

40,616 

259,767 


263,664 

41,934 

3,641 

933 

27,721 

9,000 

29^828 

376,721 


284,795 

38,072 

8,008 

2,141 

46,312 

12,962 

34,947 

427,237 


203,428 

57,748 
8,824 
4,289 

43,615 

15,445 
'48,230 










































39,740 


408,625 


524,181 


1,008,147 


895,769 


688,691 












255,275 


:381,579 


408,625 


524,181 


1,008,147 


895,769 


688,691 












39,532 


32,339 


47,287 


27,823 


71,244 


1,483 
3,489 


1,508 
15 


2,505 

597 

7 

80,012 

292,344 

1,150,741 

24,316 

1,550,522 

7,321 

112,785 

13,561 

3,540 


2,574 

857 

3,216 

94,335 
306,085 
927,036 

38,401 


2,819 
2,146 
5,078 

99,921 

580,855 

1,683,788 

44,173 












2,414 










. 62,427 

209,813 

923,279 

35,085 


77,121 

249,852 

919,596 

25,966 

1,274,058 

5,158 
57,754 

32,826 
997 

96,735 
5,717 
















••;;;;;;; 








1,237,990 


1,372,504 


2,418,780 


39,532 


32,339 


47,287 


27,823 


71,244 


6,205 
80,784 
40,548 


9,266 

107,477 

! 29,687 

i 5,037 


9,627 

156,167 

i 29,416 

1 1,870 















i 










1 1 

1 1 








127,537 


137,207 

2,011 
3,323 

3,807 


151,467 


197,080 




j 


I 














7,537 








1 

i 






5,082 
4,149 


5,617 
6,920 






! 





























15,295 
510,708 




200 
490,909 












482,679 


510,917 


453,176 













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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



22 



29 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of — Con. 

Miscellaneous metals and min- 
erals, and manufactures of, 
N.E.S.— Con. 

Asbestus in any other form 
than crude, and all manufac- 
tures of 

Babbit metal 

Barytes, ground and unground . . . . 

Bird, parrot, squirrel and rat 
cages of wire and metal parts 
thereof 

Bismuth metal in its natural 
state lbs. 

Black lead 

Blanketing and lapping and 
disc or mills for engraving 
copper rollers, imported by 
cotton manufacturers, calico 
printers and wall paper 
manufacturers 

Britannia metal, manufactures 
of, not plated 

Britannia metal, in pigs and 
bars cwt. 

Bronze or Dutch metal 

Bronze, phosphor bronze, in 
blocks, bars, sheets and wire .... 

Bronze statuettes or ornaments 

Buckles of iron or steel, brass 
or copper of all kinds, N. O. P. 
(not being jewellery) 

Cinnabar lbs. 

Composition metal for the 
manufacture of filled gold 
watch cases 

Cryolite or kryolite cwt. 

Furniture springs 

Garden or lawn sprinklers 

Gas, coal-oil and electric light 
fixtures or parts thereof 

Gas meters No. 

German, Nevada and nickel 
silver, manufactures of, not 
plated 

Silver, German silver, and nickel 
silver, in ingots, blocks, bars, 
strips, sheets or plates, un- 
manufactured lbs. 

Grommets 

Ingot moulds 

•Jewellers' sweepings 

Lamp springs . 

Lamps, side lights and head 
lights, lantern sand chandeliers . . . 

Manganese ore - • 

Meerschaum, crude or raw ... lbs. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. 



340 



Value. 



32,607 
27,143 



1,282 



2,524 



1,095 



1,433 



21,390 



52 



422 
21,334 



6,890 
27,888 
14,466 



9,585 
5,202 



26,055 
176 



2,260 
2,120 
2,648 
1,659 

117,864 
13,550 



23,933 



8,401 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



8,088 45 
2,656 63 



1,597 05 
'5,652' 18 



1900. 



Quantity. 



6,757 72 



958 50 
1,676 82 



7,563 49 



226 00 



790 27 
497 70 

35,288 13 
4,214 29 



5,617 84 



Value. 



103 



753 



457 



17,865 



10,074 

80 

615 

210,799 



26 



61 50 
62,899 74 



102 



43,455 
23,999 



3,236 

207 
22,078 



11,751 
29,451 
10,168 



13,&59 

7,855 



41,972 



2,712 

2,721 

3,690 

975 

159,626 
22,751 



21,975 



8,633 



13,869 
208 
427 

240,761 



50 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Ill 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Vail 



Value. 



1896. 



23,684 
17,169 



188 
18,610 



4,562 

30,040 

6,916 
63 

2,859 
2,830 



1897. 



1,469 
2,699 



56,564 
14,810 



16,911 



15,241 

1,579 

6,895 

52 

40 



18,168 
13,598 



1898. 



28,190 
21,649 



3,364 



208 562 

17,735 20,711 



9,404 

22,608 

4,362 
638 

3,218 
2,532 



1,536 
2,106 



46,899 
24,570 



15,715 



16,993 

2,293 

7,350 

73 



1899. 1900. 



31,780 
26,837 



7,708 

24,447 

6,079 



4,563 

422 
21,108 



6,890 
27,732 
14,466 



8,619 
5,000 



9,585 
5,202 



18,967 25,825 
253 176 



1,568 

2,315 

2,571 

954 

80,907 
14,513 



20,318 



29,434 



7,058 

61 

1,923 

172,034 



2,260 
2,120 
2,648 
1,659 

118,323 
13,550 



23.933 



8,401 



1896. 



10,074 

80 

538 

212,055 

26 



44,748 
23,999 



3,236 

207 
21,904 



11,751 
29,586 
10,168 



13,859 
7,916 



41,972 



2,712 

2,721 

3,690 

975 

161,152 
22,751 



21,975 



8,633 



13,869 
208 
427 

242,810 

50 



168 



1897. 



22,198 



1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



17,060 



4,348 



20,757 



1,371 



30,070 



882 



34,969 



2,521 



21 



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23 



ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 


1899. 


1900. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Metals and minerals and m'fs. of— Con. 
Miscellaneous metals and min- 
erals and m'fs. of— Co??. 
Metals, other than iron and 
steel, N.E.S., manufactures 
of (exports) 




^ 


S cts. 




S 


§ cts. 
















II ground 








Mines, produce of, N.E.S 

Mineral and bituminous sub- 
stances, N.O.P 




23,103 

3,561 

4 

19,432 
9,445 


4,504 05 


28,986 

4,721 

44 

18,843 
6,944 


5,541 05 








Nickel lbs. 

Nickel-plated ware, N.E.S . 




'5,78i'7i 
944 50 


100 


5 62.3 2A 








694 40 


M fine, contained in ore. 








Ores of metals, all kinds, in- 
cluding cobalt ore cwt. 

Ores, N.E.S. (exports) 


1,350,403 


153,952 




1,450,384 


282,191 








Patterns of brass, iron or other 
metal .. . 




811 

218 
46,265 


243 30 

62 47 

12,644 04 




2,059 

1,075 
45,179 


596 94 


Pewter, platina and metal com- 
position, N.E.S 

Pins 







321 90 




12,398 75 






Platinum sheets and wire, and 
retorts, pans, condensers, 
tubing and pipe made of pla- 
tinum, imported by manufac- 
turers of sulphuric acid 




9,671 

4,979 

22,140 






57,910 

4,437 

17,869 


« 




444 60 
5,416 69 




443 70 


., manufacturers of,N.E.S ... 1 

M crucibles ^ 




4,347 35 
















Ribs of brass, iron or steel, 
lunners, rings, caps, notches, 
ferrules, mounts and sticks or 
canes in the rough or not fur- 
ther manufactured than cut 
in lengths suitable for um- 
brella, parasol or sunshade 
sticks, when imix)rted by 
manufacturers of umbrellas, 
parasols and sunshades for 
use in their factories 

Iron,steel or brass rolled round 
wire rods under |-in. in diam- 
eter, and rolled copper rods 
1-in. or under in diameter, 
imported by wire manufac- 
turers for use in making wire 


■ 


66,278 

t 

8,414 
2,575 






77,391 

t 

4,699 

2,876 










Screws of brass or other metal 

except iron or .steel, N.O.P 

Silex or crystallized quartz cwt. 


3,95i 


2,914 36 




1,639 94 


4,021 










i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



113 



Imports , 



Value. 



Exports. 



Value. 



189G. 



28,762 
324 
152 

14,408 
4,635 



1897. 



1898. 1899. 



6,185 
' 2,865 
12,048 

7,407 



985,947 

7,184 
2,174 



29,087 

268 

88 

15,493 

4,649 



24,038 105,072 



22,394 

98 

105 

17,598 

5,777 



155,583 



207 798, 

47,697 38,228| 



1,291 

1,187 
38,833 



9,031 

1,406 

14,768 

5,906 



9,781 

1,862 

20,278 



33,079: 33,295 58,837 



677,828 

6,229 
3.415 



4,168 
2,773 



24,040 

3,561 

4 

19,438 
9,445 



153,952 



811 

218 
46,073 



9,671 

4,979 

21,895 



66,278 



8,414 
2,575 



1900. 



28,038 

4,721 

44 

18,843 
6,944 



282,191 



2,059 

1,075 
45,149 



57,910 

4,437 

17,869 



77,391 



4,699 

2,876 



1896. 



55,578 

55,514 

113 

20,802 



486,651 



225 



10,771 
3 



32,893 



1897. 



58,206 

61,565 

433 

20,332 



498,515 



190 



3,584 
1,014 



29,403 



1898. 



74,106 
69,513 



59,523 



970,531 



6,428 
1,619 

'221,564 



1899. 



70,534 
148,239 



53,305 



994,537 
47,079 



1900. 



81,096 

136,332 

20 

33,084 



120 



12,749 
2,155 

27,377 



1,040,49810 

ill 

134,35ljl2 



30,054 
4,616 



32.499 



22 



t For this item subsequent to 1897, see item No. 3, pages 98 and 99. 

10_i_8 



114 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Iraporte 









Entered for Home Consumption. 




ARTICLES. 


1899. 


1900. 






Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 
• 


Value. 


Duty. 




Metals and minerals and ni'fs. of — Con. 




% 


§ cts. 




S 


S cts. 




Miscellaneoiis metals and min- 




■ 












erals, and maimfactvires of — Con. 














1 


Stereotypes, electrotypes and 
celluloids of newspaper col- 
umns in any language other 
than French and English, 
and of books, and bases, and 
matrices, and copper shells 
for the same, whether com- 
jK)sed wholly or in part of 
















metal or celluloid sq.in. 


625,391 


15,059' 


745,931 


15,340 




2 


M 1. foralmanacs,calen- 
dars, illustrated pamphlets, 
newspaper advertispments 














or engravings, and all other 
















like work for comme'cial. 
















trade or other purposes, N. 






. 










E.S.; and matrices or cop- 
















per shells of the same it 


249,047 


b,979' 3,732 70 


209,906 


7,875 


3,13(5 42 


3 


II .1 of newspaper columns, 
and bases for the same, com- 
posed wholly or partly of 




I 
1 










metal or celluloid n 


290, 71! » 


1,370 


730 52 


270,878 


1,185 


676 30 


4 


1. 11 matrices or copper 




• 












shells of the same n 


138 


13 


2 07 


501 


36 


7 51 


5 


Frames, clasps and listeners 






for purses and chatelaine 
















bags, or reticules not over 
















7-in. wide, imported by man- 
















ufacturers for use in their 
















factories 




4,146 


828 45 




4,875 


975 00 


6 


Tagging metal, plain, japan- 
ned or coated, in coils, not 
over 1^-in. wide, when im- 
ported by manufacturers of 
shoe and corset laces for use 








■ 








in their factoi'ies cwt. 


5 


87 




835 


14,944 




Ti 


Tyr)e for printing, including 
chases and quoins and slugs 
















of all kinds 





70,775 


13,169 70 




66,568 


12,371 65 


8 


Tyi)e metal ......... 

Wire of brass, zinc, iron or 




5,851 


514 35 




4,026 


347 46 


9 




1 










steel, screwed or twisted, or 




! 










flattened and corrugated, for . 














use in connection with nail- 




1 










ing machines, for the manu- 














facture of boots and shoes . . lbs. 


122,38.5 


24,170 


331,801 


47,867 




10 


Wire of all kinds, N. E. S .. 


19,902 


4,074 814 50 


69,272 


4,456 


89i 20 


11 
12 


Wire cloth, N.E.S .... 

Wire, twisted, &c., e.xcept iron 


























or steel, N.E.S 




387 


96 75 




5^ 


13 25 


13 


Yellow metal, in bars, bolts 
















and for sheathing cwt. 

Total miscellaneous metals, &c. . 
Total metals, &c 


2,341 


28,800 




2,919 


33,477 








1,114,194 


198,038 27 





1,453,898 


228,0<»1 72 






25,192,428 


4,018 492 27 





36,556,0.32 


5.034.311 61 











* For thig iten» prior to 1898 see item No. 14, pages 106 and 107. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

» 
SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



115 







Imports. 




i 

1 

1 

1 






Exports. 








Value. 






Value. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 1 

i 


1899. 


1900. 

$ 


1896. 


1897. 


1 
1898. 


1899. 


1900 


1 
1 


•S 


1 


$ . 


$ 


\ 


10,693 
12,483 


11,608 
10,682 


6,430 
10,869 


15,059 


15,340 












9,384 


7,870 


21,307 


6,677 


13,151 


11,819 


16,681 


7,155 
118 


4,342 
53 


1 575 


1,370 
13 


1,185 








■ 




87 


36 












3,607 


3,008 
224 


5,366 


4,146 

87 


4,875 












1,407 

64,336 
4,539 


14,944 

66,568 
4,026 












45,260 
578 


i 

58,599 
3,373 


70,775 
5,851 












! 




• 








* 


* 

2,627 
13,154 


37,812 
3,135 


i 

24,17C 
4,074 


47,867 
4,456 


1 
1 










779 


1 

i:::::::::: 










18,250 








73 

55,183 

1 

►1 l,019,72i 


387 
28,80C 


53 
) 32,477 


1 

1 • 










35,874 


38,284 

1 

1,308, 10( 












1,.542,627 


1,114,954 


[ 1,457,79S 


1,190,890 


1,212,244 
9,133,810 


1,964,625 


1,852,042 


2,038,430 


14,550,251 


I14,815,794'21,985,222 

1 ! 


24,875,76i 


) 36,656,88^ 


► 5,870,192 


13,216,647 


12,418,755 


23,150,859 



10— i— 8i 



116 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. \ 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



18 



Milk, condensed 

Milk food and other similar pre- 
parations 



19 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. Value 



Duty. 



lbs. I 1,638,576 



Total milk, &c 



Mineral water, natural, not in 

bottles . galls. 

Mineral aerated waters, N.E.S 

Total mineral water, &c . . 

Mosaic flooring of any material 

Musical instruments, viz.: — 

Brass band instruments 

Organs, cabinet No. 

Sets or parts of sets of reeds 

for cabinet organs 

Pipe organs No. 

Pianofortes n 

Pianos, parts of 

Other musical instruments, 
N.E.S 

Total musical instruments . . . , 

Mustard cake lbs. 

Mustard, ground n 

Mustard, French, liquid galls. 

Total mustard 



Oils :— 

Mineral oils — 

Coal and kerosene, crude 

Coal and kerosene, distilled, 
purified or refined, naph- 
tha and petroleum, N.E.S. galls. 

Crude petroleum, fuel and 
gas oils (other than naph- 
tha, benzine or gasoline) 
when imported by manu- 
facturers (other than oil 
refiners) for use in their 
factories for fuel purposes 
or for the manufacture of 
gas " 

Products of petroleum, 
N.E.S 

Carbolic or heavy oil n 

Illuminating oils composed 
wholly or in part of the 
prc»d ucts of petroleum, coal, 
shale or lignite, costing 
more than 30 cents per 
gallon.. n 

Total mineral oils , n 



9,390 



198 



2 

492 



147,773 
29,184 



176,957 



S cts. 

52,848 52 

8,200 14 



61,048 66 



1900. 



Quantity. 



Value . 



2,446,066) 



241,676 

40,388 



282,064 



1,286 ... .. 
53,605 9,814 70 



54,891 



3,189 



21,266 
15,155 

19,164 
1,721 

84, .387 
107,682 

i 115,921 



28,748 

544,017 

32,587 



365,296 



1,869 
r7,802 
5,478 



85,149 



,497,771 



290,264 

40,995 
11,228 



13,491 



8,853,749 



659,452 



9,814 70 



930 52 



4,930 01 
4,546 35 

4,752 06 

406 80 
25,140 67 
26,748 45 

32,776 26 



99,300 60 



7,539 



262 



54: 



333 05 

15,559 36 

1,899 34 



17,791 75 



424,888 72 



12,452 7,256 61 

5,896: 2,048 46 
968l 



4,647 



683,415 



1,120 57 



435,314 36 



2,098 

512,592 

33,676 



8,216,207 



1,126 
65,205 



66,331 



5,142 



20,220 
16,035 

19,168 

324 

99,569 

122,435 

112,656 



390,40/ 



116 

68,403 

6,248 



•4,767 



704,758 



334,704 

61,443 
14,455 



10,740 



8,637,549 



23,244 

7,588 

i,e 



3,976 



'41,235 



Duty. 



S cts. 
78,635 77 
n,619 56 



90,255 3a 



12,610 65 



12,610 65 



1,498 56 

4,893 97 
4,810 50 

4,776 88 

97 20 

29,720 29 

30,608 12 

33,785 79 



108,692 75 



17 40 

13,871 49 

2,174 97 



16,063 86 



410,812 17 



8,367 37 
3,072 19 



961 08 



423,212 81 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



117 



Imports. 



Value. 



1896. 



25,597 
23,452 
49,049 

1,306 
54,006 

55,312 

3,681 



15,764 

3,824 

1,239 

67,953 

110,129 

97,854 

296,763 



344 

66,369 

2,009 



68,722 



598,308 



17,566 
263 



14,453 
630,592 



1897 



52,403 

28,529 
80,932 

585 
45,491 

46,076 

661 



8,946 

5,031 

758 
55,297 
92,530 

104,734 

267,296 



996 

67,619 

2,804 

71,419 



604,965 



190 

8,105 
397 



?,292i 



1898. 

$ 

59,101 
33,292 
92,393 

865 
57,981 

58,846 

6,101 

15,075 
7,926 

12,780 

1,941 

80,264 

99,008 

87,840 

304,834 



1899. 



157,626 

26,672 

184,298 

1,286 
48,451 

49,737 



1900. 

254,176 
43,610 

2<)7,786 



1,126 
68.059 



3,189| 

20,658j 
15,155 

19,164 

1,460 

85,216, 

107,682| 

112,695 

362,030 



1,105 

65,9771 

3,766! 



1,869 
f3,328 

5,891 



70,848| 81,088 



614,887 



675,393 



58 

16,336 

785 



5,374f 



12,452 



69,185 

5,142 

20,251 
16,275 

19,168 

324 

101,454 

123,935 

115,039 

396,446 

116 

70,880 

6,574 



77,570 



790,948 



23,244 



5,896 7,588 

968 1,669 



4,914 



Exports. 



Value. 



1896. 



1897. 



285,172 



61,247 



7,841 
354,260 



179 
3,679 



5,115 



621,9491 637,440i 699,623 828,564 



3,858 



6,020 



6,020 



343,800 



59,367 



4,157 



407,324 



151 
923 



1,074 



1898. 



7,544 



1899. 



3,436 



,544' 3,436 



312,923 



44,137 



401,334 



64,358 



12,901 



369,961 



2,968 



5,271 



470,963 



46 
1,856 



1900. 



3,186 



3.186 



440,147 



66,285 



11,097 
517,529 



2,628 



21 



2,968, 



1,902 



2,6601 



118 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 190t 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



9 
10 
11 

A 

13l 

ul 

15 
l«l 

171 

18, 

loi 



21 
22 
23 



24 



27 



28 



Oils— r;oTi. 

Fish oil— 
Cod, N.E.S. 

Cod-liver . . 
Seal* 



galls. 



Whale and speruiaceti, N. E. S 
Other, N.E.S.* 



Total fish oil. 



Animal oils — 

Lard oil galls 

Neat's-foot .i 

Other animal oil, N.E.S. ... n 
Vegetable oil- 
Castor I. 

Cocoa-nut and palm in their 

natural state m 

Cotton seed, crude n 

.1 refined .i 

memo, %3B 

Flaxseed or linseed, raw or 

boiled gallf 

Olive prepared for salad pur- 
poses ,1 

Olive oil for manufacturing 



purposes 
Rosin oil . . 



galls. 



Sesame seed . 

Vegetable oil, N.E.S.. 

Lubricatin-j oils, composed 
wholly or in part of petro- 
leum, costing less than 25 
cents per imperial gallon. ... n 

All other lubricating oils, 
N.E.S galls. 

Essential oils .. 

All other oils, N.E.S .. 

Total animal, vegetable 
and lubricating oils 

Total oils 



Oil cake and meal, cotton seed 
cake and meal, palm nut cake 
and meal cwt. 

Oiled silk (-loth, and tape or other 
textile, India-rubbered, flocked 
or coated with rubber, N.O.P.sq.yds 

Oil cloth, enamelled, carriage, 
floor, shelf and table oil cloth, 
cork matting or carpets and 
linoleum n 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. 



Total oil cloth, etc. 



Vah 



(38,731 

553 

14,387 

60,500 



14,437 
1,453 
1,373 



167,434 



104,5 
6,840 

2,772 

97,409 

185,766 
136,300 

377,289 



23,516 

252 

8,526 

13,299 



5,611 
300 
2.35 



51,739 



12,912 
3.895 
1,323 

51,509 

57,720 
14,180 
84,244 



Duty. 



1900. 



Quantity. 



S cts. 



49 75 
1,582 66 



1,122 30 
" 4490 



2,799 61 



3,227 95 
973 75 
264 60 



61,380 
3,633 
25,833 
55,372 
2,165 
8,978 
1,400 
7,981 



Value. 



Duty. 



166,742 



20,558 

1,402 

13,114 

17,551 

726 

4,071 

252 

2,561 



S cts. 



279 45 

2,617 20 



145 77 
814 20 



512 20 



33.966 
8,215 
2,140 



1,046,371 I 

25,117i 

9,429i 



1,719 
47,524 



332,344 

25,491 

2,858 

4,739 

1,348 

20,490 



686,019; 80,8.56 



257,584! 
19,970i 
87,871' 



76,292 
79,123 
27,618 



876,942 



l,(il2,096 



,421 10 53,87<) 

I 212,237 

2,836 00 .50,623 

1(5,798 90 .375,947 



()4,317 11 
4,750 50 



333 01 
4,037 50 



34,278 28 

18,848 59 
7,814 30 
5,251 85 



1,038,793 

22,501 

5,860 



1,231 

27,886 



1,010,553 

499,956 

13,088 

132,352 



60,235 



15,467 

5,277 
1,695 

30,113 

80,192 
16,487 

92,488 
772 

473,432 

25,203 

2,564 

8,826 

891 

1.5.721 



4,368 82 



3,866 75 

1,316 75 

339 00 

4,974 35 



3,297 40 
18,493 35 



89,868 93 
4,836 55 



222 75 
3,117 38 



125,267 50,527 85 

83,981' 20,644 32 

80,193 7,977 93 

35,466 6,724 85 



172.153 44 



610,267 41 



22,021 



200,871 



r31,716 



932,587 



28,058; 



65,091 18,114 27 



232,282 i 54,274 26 



2.5,789! 



1,094,035 


216,208 16 


1,895,505 
30,909 


643,789 79 



199,932 62,339 17,476 52 



297,373 72,358 53 



913,074 



1,113,006 



298,575 



360,914 



69,611 49 



87,088 01 



*From Newfoundland. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
ir^to and Exports from Canada, tfec. — Continued. 



lis 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Vah 



1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


s 


S 


S 


39,910 

2,063 

10,920 

22,220 

1^382 

117 


84,705 

791 

9,539 

12,563 



2,355 


21,452 
224 

11,667 

34,502 

3()3 

4.732 


201 


3,761 


2,153 


76,813 


113,714 


75,093 


5,005 

2,130 

525 


5,689 

2,773 

399 


) 
8,842 
6,040 
3,781 


24,313 


25,066 


43,412| 


98,718 

8,022 

100,315 


54,202 
11.322 
70,805 


62,863 

14,7631 

91,100 

167 

175,316 


336,114 




303,89a 


14,970 


19,1«1 


23,853 



1899. 



23,516 

2521 

7,072i 

13,299 



5,011 
300 
235 

50,285 



12,937 1 
3.895 
i;323| 

50,413^ 

57,720' 
14,180 
83,627 



1900. 



20,558 

>,402 

13,866 

17,551 

726 

4,071 

252 

2,561 

60,987 



15,597 
5,277 
1,695 

31,694 



Value. 



1896. 



1897. 



51,954 103,961 



3,374 



200 



253 



835 



56,163 



894 



105,308 



720 
214 



328,487 
25,671 



80,192 

16,487 

92,288 

772 

479,277 

25,163 



7,996 

3,588 

110 

10,379 



105,114 

111,017 
70,386 
19,13i 

917,832 

1,625,237 



8,128 

7,619 

:389 

9,724 



2,088 

4,015 

869 

23,144 



82,388 101,492 

85,4.37i 92,344 

68,751 74,749 

25,077 1 23,965 



780,840: 752,803 



1,516,503 1,465,336 



41,248 17,023 23,346 



53,735! 10,926i 52,520 

I 



135,740: 112,621 



189,475 153,54: 



170,018 



222,538 



2,858 

4,739 

1,318 

20,692 


2,5<)4 

8,826 

891 

15,571 


82,2i.»6 


124,639 


78,434 
79,. 389 
27,242 


96,833! 
80, 667 j 
36, 142 1 


875,251 


1,114,575 


1,625,159 


2,004,126 


28,058 


30,909 


64,967 


62,438 


233,167 


293,549 


298,134 


355,957 



1898. 



36,237 



522 



i58 



1899. 



41,840 



2,736; 



4,121 



40,253 



46,959 



251 



880 



27,224 



27,224 

87,245 

121,424 



32,908 



36,044 



13,902 



33,842 



140,224 



195,039 



36,069 



14,782 



79,290' 



63,643 



1900. 



50,333 



r59 



15 



51,107 



36 



23 



24 

25 

10,438 26 



10,474 



19^875 143,861 



64,241 



224,162 



120 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Optical and philosophical instru- 
ments, &c.: — 

Optical, philosophical, photo- 
graphic and mathematical in- 
struments, N.E.S. . 

Philosophical instruments and 
apparatus such as are not 
manufactured in the Domin- 
ion, when imp -rted by and 
for use in universities, col- 
leges, schools and scientific 
societies 

Spectacles and eye glasses 

Spectacles and eye-glasses, 
frames, and metal parts of . . 
Total optical and philoso- 
phical instruments, &c... 



5 1 Packages 



10 



11 



Parcels and packages, post office, 
free 

Parcels and packages, post office, 
dutiab'e ...... . 

Parcels and packages by express 
of small value 



Total parcels, post office, &c. 

Paintings, drawings, engravings, 
prints, building plans, photo- 
g[raph8 and pictures, N.E.S. . . 

Paintings in oil or water colours 
by artists of well-known merit, 
or copies of the old masters by 
such artists 

Paintings in oil or water colours, 
the production of Canadian art- 
ists, under regulations by the 
Minister of Customs . 



Total paintings. 



Paints and colours : — 

Blanc fixe and satin white. . . lbs. 

Brocade, bronze powders and 
gold liquid paint 

Colours, dry. N.E.S lbs. 

Colours and paints, pulped or 
ground in oil or other liquids, 
and all liquids, prepared or 
ready-mixed paints, N.E.S. . n 

Dry white and red lead, orange 
mineral and zinc white n 

Lampblack and ivory black. . . n 

Litharge cwt. 

Metallic colours, viz. : oxide of 
cobalt,copperand tin,N.E.S. lbs. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. 



154,200 
' "l,226;877 

1,543,873 

14,507,945 

379,291 

9,530 

60,931 



Value. 



Duty. 



S ^ cts, 



159,625 



35,667 
10,100 

44,416 



38,495 33 



2,854 89 
8,836 40 



249,808 



524,749 



13,021 
460,672 
715,153 



1,188,846 



167,261 



559,531 



13,462 



50,186 62 



103,944 97 



110,966 55 
180,235 36 



291,201 91 



32,041 96 



1900. 



Quantity. \ Value. 



181,852 



32,543 
7,866 

45,772 



268,033 



609,171 



18,139 
484,799 
870,968 



1,373,906 



740,254 



2,050 

29,485 
64,743 



95,130 

514,842 
21,003 
32,518 

9,138 



32,041 96 



6,794 97 
11,965 45 



21,592 22 
23,795 59 



164,133 



1,274,994: 



199,410 



433,766 



5,751 



638,927 



2,691 

27,123 

55,646 



1,840,5291 111,150 



14,679,9201 

376,539 

9,13 9 

22,059 



634,492 
20,001 
29,176 

8,230 



Duty. 



§ cts. 



44,719 83 



2,359 35 
9.154 40 



56,233 58 
120,496 80 



111,746 46 
221,729 75 



333,476 21 



.38,201 87 



38,201 87 



6,805 50 
10,628 31 



25,726 75 
29,280 73 



*For export of photographs see under books. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c.— Continued. 



121 



Imports. 



Value. 



1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


8 


$ 


S 


% 


82,753 


92,103 


143,867 


157,749' 


19,077 
15,766 


18,926 
12.231 


23,993 
12,261 


34,953 
9,600 


36,418 


31,404 


39,918 


44,288 


154,014 


154,664 


220,039 


246,590 


426,598 


453,372 


536,942 


570,402 


11,623 


8,056 


10,359 


13,021 


343,307 


342,337 


383,925 


460,672 


324,584 


395,130 


503,400 


699,886 


679,514 


745,523 


897,684 


1,173,579 


126,501 


56,383 


154,737 


168,772| 


213,810 


288,200 


167,341 


559,531 


6,358 


21,195 


6.488 


13,462 


346,669 


365,778 


328,566 


741,765 

1 


1,331 


1,465 


2,121 


2,050 






20,231 
43,446 


29,4851 
64,129, 


58,974 


47,854 


78,051 


71,732 


82,624 


94,145! 

j 


368,178 
19,691 
32,817 


351,099 
16.649 
34,538 


449,685 
l9,160 
32,904 


511,28-t! 
21.003i 
32;518| 


9,311 


4,753 


6,689 


9,138 



Exports. 



Vah 



182,045 



32,543 
7,866: 

I 
45,772 



268,226; 



663,8961 

18,139| 

484,799 

870,968 

1,373,906 



433,766 

5,751 
842,073 

2, 691 1 

27,223: 
55, 631 : 

! 

116,676 



638,869 .. 
20,001;.. 
29,176' . 



8,230 



10 



11 



12 



122 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



10 



11 



2P 



Paints and colours — Con. 
Ochres and ochrey earths, and 

raw siennas ,. 

Oxides, fireproofs, umbers, and 

burnt siennas, N.K.S .i 

Paints, ground or mixed in, or 
with, either japan, varnish 
lacquers, liquid dryers, col- 
lodion, oil finish or oil varnish n 
Paints and colours, and rough 
stuff and fillers, anti-corrosive 
and anti -fouling paints, com- 
monly used for ships' hulls . . n 

i Paris green, dry . . m 

; Paints and colours ground in 
spirits, and all spirit var- 
nishes and lacquers galls. 

' Putty lbs. 

;: Ultramarine blue 

) Whiting or whitening, gilders, 
j whiting and Paris white cwt. 

! Total paints and colours 

Paper and manufactures of: — 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



1900. 



Album insides, made of paper, 
and hair brush pads . 

Albuminized and other papers 
and films chemically prepared 
for photographer's use 

Bags or sacks, printed or not 

Cards for playing packs. 

Calendered, including writing 
and note jiaper, ruled. . . ... 

Cardboard, pasteboard, in 
sheets or cut to size, N.E.S 

Envelopes .... M 

Papeteries, pads not printed, 
papier mache ware, N.O.P., 
and manufactures of paper, 
N.E.S 

Hanging or wall paper . . rolls of 8 yds. 

Bordf^rs and borde ing u 

Leather board and leatheroid 
and manufactures of. . 

Leather board, boot and shoe 
counters made from 

Mill board, not straw board 

Paper, felt or straw board, tarred 

Paper, not tarred • 

Printing paper lbs. 

Ruled, border and coated and 
boxed papers 

Straw board, in sheets or rolls, lbs. 

Union collar cloth paper, in 
rolls or shf^ets, not glossed or 
finished 

Union collar cloth pap-r,. in 
rolls or sheets, glossed or 
finished 



Quantity. 


Value. 




$ 


1,107.600 


10,432 


1,337,098 


20,660 


68,461 


4,918 


83,813 

232,887 


5,200 
25,051 


441 
335,560 
247,947 


1,543 

4,599 

12,5 


134,884 


34,310 




QQQ 100 



Duty. 



361,962 



32,.578 



560,760 
28,656 



2,472,782 



1,532,684 



Quantity, 



•■? cts. 

1,934 00 
4,397 11 

1,18 J 8c 



1,26() 87 
1,881 52 



499 57 
916 10 



Value. 



888,1221 76,228 23 



l92^ 

! 

78,420 

8,273 

26,537 

11,812 



23,394 64 

2,0(52 07 

21,384 88 

3,997 46 



33,792 11,309 23 
26,281 8,599 21 



403,982 134,229 81 

79,222: 27,095 42 

5,946 1 2,076 63 

9,5131 2,373 37 



1,065,982 
1,408,555 

40,254 



96^316 
304,133 



501 
406,663 
293,235 

127,455 



354,809 



19,636 

13,677 

1,727 

133,612 

10,031 
16,674 



2,444 
1,096 



1,935 77 

3,409 75 

431 75 

31,718 06 

3,226 13 
4,167 75 



366 60 
218 33 



32,879 



613,547 
9,505 



3,481,058 



1,326,316 



10,050 
21,967 

5,199 



3,893 
41,096 



1,384 

5,862 

14,586 

34,575 



1,027,121 



Duty. 

S cts. 

1,861 40 
4,738 03 

1,249 65 



959 13 
3,407 73 



598 05 
1,167 65 



86,422 93 



(08 



109,204 
13,029 
29,460 

11,477 

36,066 

28,582 



32,492 99 

3,256 22 

20,953 77 

3,802 00 

12,614 26 
9,343 04 



427,733 143,669 35 

93,572 32,')92 57 

2,688 935 81 



6,323 



1,580 75 



17,871 1,770 78 

14,809: 3,697 83 

2,630; 657 50 

184,545 43,117 OC 

9,580 3,192 49 

16,721 4,175 04 



2,889 
1,472 



433 35 
294 40 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports fi'om Canada, &c. — Continued. 



123 



Imports. 


i 
Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 

$ 

10,009 
20,706 

5,269 

5,201 
21,616 

1,54:^ 

4,570 

12,500 

34,310 

879,476 


1900. 

10,238 
22,316 

5,192 

3,881 
41,713 

1,398 


■ 
1896. 


1897. 


! 

1898. 1899. 1900. 

i 
i 1 


2,934 
13,465 

3,062 

2,910 


S 

5,591 
13,283 

3,202 

2,256 
19,486 

2,632 

3,328 

15,044 

22,541 

615,453 

1,083 

4.5,123 

7,754 
18,542 

1,335 

14,269 

356,389 

80,250 
7,431 

13,469 

1,274 

12,883 

6,948 

818 

49,932 

11,981 
13,191 

3,145 

486 


8,333 
16,665 

2,893 

3,051 
3i,916 

1,925 
4,730 

12,842 

25,761 
767,976 

528 

63,376 
6,577 
19,266 

4,539 

25,268 

398,741 

110,557 
6,233 

13,647 


^ 3,223 


6,081 


6,553 


4,643 


7,599 


40,280 










2,170 








1 


1,878 


5,862 
14,.586 

34,575 

1,0.38,258 






• 


■ 


14,079 








27,322 




















676,453 


3,223 


6,081 


6,553 


4,643 


7,599 


599 
40,567 


192 

78,557 

8,396 

26,338 

11,774 

33,099 
r 26,261 

1 

I 400,219 

80,024 

5,815 

9,513 


708 

109,067 
13,979 
29,637 

11,477 

37,339 
28,623 

428,758 

91,272 

2,698 

6,323 













......... 


7.957 














16,844 






1,800 








14,217 


♦ 








^ 












\ 329,273 

j 










106,393 
13,741 


3,926 


8,157 


14,626 


27,586 31,271 


10,799 
365 








I 


10,428 


15,149 

8,621 

722 

101,102 

8,739 
11,516 

3,744 

895 


19,636 

13,677 

1,727 

133,983 

10,128 
16,642 

2,444 

1,096 


i7,87i 

14,809 

2,630 

192,781 

9,M6 
16,721 

2,889 

1,472 


1 






12,185 
178 









i 


22,790 

9,720 
22,307 









4,454 
494 













10 



28 



29 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 






1899. 


1900. 






Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 




Paper and manufactu -es of — Con. 
Window blinds of paper of all 




$ 


^ cts 




$ 


$ cts. 


1 
















kinds 




953 1 333 55 
18,525! 4,304 32 




414 
19,720 


140 18 


2 
3 


Wrapping paper lbs. 

All kinds, N.E.S 

Total pai^er and manufactures of. . 

Paraffine wax. . . ... lbs. 


519,088 


561,169 


4,858 05 





361,2111 83,531 86 




378,716 


89,456 32 






1,263,556 370,166 59 




1,408,209 


412,534 66 








4 


92,242 


4,025 1,207 28 


47,400 


3,529 


1,046 33 


5 


Pearl, mother of, unmanufac- 




tured ... 




144 

162 






24 




6 


Pelts, raw 










7 


Pencils, lead, in wood or other- 










8 


wise 




80,911 


19,164 52 




98,832 


24,594 63 


Pens, penholders and rulers of all 
















kind 




60,179 


13,745 54 




71,161 


16,396 62 




Perfumery, pomades, &c., viz. : 




9 
















Hair oil, tooth and other pow- 
















der, washes, pomatums. 
















pastes, and all other perfume 
















preparation, N.O.P., used for 














10 


the hair, mouth or skin 

Perfumes and perfumed spirits, 
bay rum, cologne and laven- 
der water, hair, tooth and 
skin washes, and other toilet 
preparations containing 
spirits of any kind, in bottles 
or flasks weighing not more 




42,646 


12,085 08 




42,986 


12,396 90 


11 


than 4 ounces each .... galls. 


3,188 


41,676 


20,838 00 


4,905 


48,008 


24,003 82 


Perfume and perfumed spirits. 
















bay rum, cologne and laven- 
















der waters, hair, tooth and 
















skin washes, and other toilet 




• 












preparations containing 
















spirits of any kind, in bottles 
















flasks or other packages 
















weighing more than 4 ounces 
















each ,i 


1,616 


25,140 


13,928 85 


1,880 


28,751 


16,020 06 


12 


Pomades, French or flower 
odours, &c., imported in tins 
of not less than ten pounds 








' 






13 


each lbs. 


4,820 


5,920 


865 62 


4,321 


6,319 


952 50 


!i tt all other. m 

Total perfumes, pomades, &c 

Photographic dryplates sq. ft. 


220 


154 


46 20 





















115,536 


47,763 75 




126.064 


53,373 28 


14 
15 


118,843 


32,147 


9,466 83 


226,511 


41,336 


12,013 75 


Picture and photograph frames of 
















any material 




37,898 


10,903 36 




47,499 


14,006 49 




Pickles and sauces : — 
Pickles, in bottles, jars or simi- 














16 














17 
18 
19 
20 


lar vessels galls. 


106,816 


107,017 


31,308 53 


121,760 


119,300 


35,122 77 


Pickles, in bulk „ 


31,817 


15,641 


4,970 63 


44,040 


21,103 


6,683 61 


Sauces and catsups, in bottles, m 


51,509 


60,135 


17,718 69 


58,137 


73,259 


22,185 21 


bulk... „ 


12,959 


4,913 


1,702 23 


25,522 


6,651 


2,302 35 


Soy 

Total pickles and sauces. . „ 


16,959 


3,181 


1,111 63 


17,967 


3,006 


1,052 10 




220,060 


190,887 


56,811 71 


267,426 


223,319 


67,346 04 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



125 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


S 


.$ 


1,245 

14,058 

327,473 

1,141,996 

5,989 

7,562 
9,390 

73,002 

45,687 


S 

953 

18,495 

359,517 

1,258,486 


414 

19,795 
388,496 

1,426,305 


•S 


§ 


3 





S 



9.024 


13,124 
347,391 

1,006,818 

7,945 

4 

28,420 

71,211 









368,299 























1,002,434 


3,926 


8,157 


14,626 


27,586| 31,271 


10,150 


4,023 

144 
162 

80,474 

60,136 


3,529 
24 








i 


20 
9,700 


■56;325 


43',098 


■ " ■ 39^276 


" ■ 34',315 


85,162 


62,598 


98,780 
71,203 
























' 


36,739 
44 800 


36,571 
37,316 

24,595 

4,765 
539 


40,580 
36,371 

21,712 

5,249 
33 


42,280 
42,080 

24,785 

6,029 
154 


42,317 
47,608 

28,665 
6,210 























26,951 

6,002 
269 





























114,761 


103,786 


103,945 


115,328 


124,800 
















j 






15,853 


16,579 


25,502 
26,534 

100,014 

7,080 

61,314 

2,584 

2,716 

173,708 


32,963 
37,225 


42,012 

49,282 




1 


1 " I 














74,147 
6,969 

41,748 
1,090 
1,983 

125,937 










60,362 
6,293 

36,466 
1,303 
1,927 


103,500 

15,011 

57,754 

4,941 

3,181 

184,387 


129,421 

24,571 

81,411 

6,695 

3,006 

245,104 






































1 












106,351 







1 



10 



11 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



17 



18 



19 



20 



ARTICLES. 



Plants and trees, viz. : 

Berry bushes,grape vines.shade 
and lawn trees 

Florists' stock, viz. : 

Azaleas, cacti, orchids, palms 
and flower bulbs, all kinds 

Fruit, shade, lawn and orna- 
mental trees, shrubs and 
plants, N.R.S 

Trees, N . E . S 

Currant bushes 

Gooseberry bushes No. 

Grape vines 

Raspberry bushes ... 

Rose bushes 

Apple trees 

Cherry trees 

Peach trees . . 

Pear trees 

Plum trees. 

Quince trees 

Seedlingstock for grafting, viz. , 
plum, pear, peach and other 
fruit trees 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity . 



Total plants and trees . 



Plaster of Paris {See under stones 
and manufactures of, N.E.S.) 

Plates, engraved on wood, steel 
or on other metal and transfers 
taken from the same, includ- 
ing engravers' plates, of steel 
polished, engraved or for en- 
graving thereon 

Pocket-book, and purses, reti- 
cules and musical instrument 



Polish or composition, knife and 
other, N.O.P 

Precious stones, N.E.S., pdished 
but not set, pierced or other- 
wise manufactured, and imita- 
tions thereof 

Precious stones in the rough 

Diamonds unset or diamond dust, 
or bort and black diamonds for 
borers • • 

Diamond drills for prospecting 
for minerals, not to include 
moti \'e power 



Total precious stones, &c . 



Prizes : cups and other 
won in competition . . 



prizes 



Value. 



Duty. 



•S cts. 



15,742 

99 

130 



44,008 



23,477 
3.095 



652 
34 



4,G3l 85 



127 40 

2 23 

3 90 



5,468! 



76,742 4,765 38 



3,319 

76,154 
19,831 



1900. 



Quantity . j Value, i Duty 



^ cts 



51,836 

\ 

26,8861 5,289 80 
1,871 



7,935 

1,940 

520j 

12,150 

3,5201 

84 

2,9381 

29li 

583' 



353 

148 

19 

476 

356 

8 

168 

19 

77 



5,841 



53 80 
29 50 

3 80 

80 30 

105 01 

1 52 
88 14 

8 73 
17 08 



661 S5: 

21,413 58 
4,772 59 



88,058 



5,67^ 



4,438 



887 60 



44,450; 4,187 94 
25,1421 



78, 567 1 23.191 98 
27,640 6,757 42 



382,724 
9,692 



462,008 



1,994 



4,187 94 



62,301 
91,589 



451,792 
24,252 



5,734 88 



629,934 5,734 88 



1,261 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into aad Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



127 



Import> 



Vail 



1806. 



1897. 



1898. 



1899. 



1900. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1896. 



40.379 



29,412 
69 
1,631 
2,431 
1,364 
1,407 
1,273 

17,738| 
3,1641 
6,4511 
3,4341 

15,725| 
122 



5,567 
130,167 



39,195 



27,132 

253 

• 77C 

994 

784 

1,792 

1,875 

10,706 

2,739 

4,654 

1,610 

7,210 

56 



4,213 
103,983 



39,970 



19,059 

594 

118 

65 

171 

71 

532 

2,456 

1,010 

580 

104 

1,062 

13 



44,008 



23,5291 
3,095 



51,836 



26,886 
1,871 



652 
34 

8 



3,774| 



69,579' 



5,468 
76,794 



353 

148 

19 

476 

356 

8 

168 

19 

77 



5,841 
88,058 



154 
61,934 



. 558 
60,547 



7.663 



63,936 



3,319, 



75,300 



15,516 20,273 



28,525 30,637 44,017 47,065 
64,461 11,424 29,602 25,142 



292,0711 464,667 328,539 



6,793j 19,880 
391,85ol 526,(508 



3,672 



2,123 



5,291 
407,449 



4,034 



382,724 

9,692 
464,623 



1,99^ 



7,864 



7,864 



1897. 



1898. 



17,284 



9,374 



17,284 



4,438 

78,337| 

27,85o| 



62,301 
91,589' 



451,7921 

1 

24,252 
629,934 

1,261 I 



1899. 



9,374 



1900. 



6,700^ 7,501 



6,700 



7,501 



16 



24 



128 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



11 



19 



Provisions not otherwise spe- 
cified : — 

Butter 

Cheese 

Egg«-- 

^g^ yolk 

Lard .••.••• 

Lard, compound and similar 

substance, cottolene and 

animal stearine of all kinds, 

N.E.S_ 

Meats, viz.: — 

Bacon 

Ham,inchidingshouldersand 
sides, for imports 

Beef, salted, in barrels 

Canned meats, canned poul- 
try and game 

Extracts of meats and beef 
fluid, not medicated and 



lbs. 
doz. 

ibs.' 



Quantity. 



Value. 



Duty. 



572,986 
199,253 
465,462 



1,184,984 

174,299 

^7,304,530 
1,018,535 
1,807,031 



soups . 

Mutton and lamb, fresh 

Pork, barrelled, in brine .... 

Poultry and game, N.O.P. . 

Dried or smoked meats, and 
meats preserved in any 
other way than salted or 
pickled, N.E.S 

Other meats, fresh 

Other meats, salted, N.E.S. 

Pork imported in the carcass, 
to be cured or preserved in 
bond for exportation 

Tongues 



lbs. 



lbs. 



i 610,376 
! 7,399,803 



135,084 

31,502 

75,198 

3,862 

74,513 



.$ cts, 



22,825 01 

5,930 10 

13,963 61 

23,662 09 



9,671 3,485 98 



1900. 



Quantity. 



1,175,301 
301,098 
709,829 

* 683 J47 



255,109 



146,087 33 5,343,241 
20,370 70i 1,323,151 



573,422 
53,278 
169, 573 i 41,379 67 2,163,753 



Total provisions 



20 



23 



30 



Pumice and pumice stone, ground 
and unground 

Quills, N.E.S 

Quills in their natural state or 
unplumed 

Rags of cotton, linen, jute and 
hemp, woollen, paper waste 
or clippings, or waste of any 
kind, except mineral waste.. . . cwt. 

Regalia and badges 

Rennet 

Resin or rosin, in packages of not 
less than 100 lbs , cwt. 

Ribbons, N.E.S 

Rugs, railway or travelling, and 
lap dusters of all kinds 

Saddle jiggers, stirrups and sad- 
dle trees 

Sails for boats and ships 



872,115 
126,234 
511,221 



49,160 11,011 52' 

21,771 6,379 73 767,643 

377,030 147,996 06 5,689,242 

23,245| 4,646 78 



404,976 



108,262 



31(Salt, coarse, N.E.S 

32 Salt, fine, in bulk, N.E.S. 



lbs. 



5,659,390 
1,707,050 



68,753 17,442 27 
12,258 3,783 28 
32,035! 10,224 43 



1,710,355 479,188 56 



5,973 
356 

1,288 



298,561 

4,570 

54,978 



94,237 
11,080 

42,255 

6,154 
2,241 



11,917 
3,000 



69 65 



1,576 75 



3,774 75 
10,970 92 



555 44 



2,827 52 
855 25 



784,357 
356,813 
323,084 



Value. Duty 



290,220 
44,662 

128,128 

1,280 

51,599 



cts. 



46,232 25 



8,987 68 
21,294 17 


13,674 89 


5,036 78 


106,767 35 


26,463 02 



•19,230 

547,991 
64,693 
205,995: 50,165 42 



56,108 13,386 09 

34,995 10,179 58 

293,577 113^740 78 

30,772 6,149 26 



70,781 
37,974 

28,298 



1,906,303 



1,551,557 



84.972 



5,056,835 
2,270,565 



5,604 
547 

121 



306,843 

3,383 

59,704 

111,760 
17,007 

56,545 

10,892 
1,898 



13,169 
4,514 



15,681 56 

10,446 83 

6,461 04 



454,716 70 



108 85 



1.154 31 

5, 907 14 
14,837 79 



454 19 



2, .528 18 
1,135 13 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, kc. — Co7itinued. 



129 



Imports. 



Value, 



1896. 



132,018 
321,082 

36,260 
1,532 

29,871 



3,020 

143,618 
110,574 
106,015 



29,770 
1,742 

270,826 
8,889 



10,439 

16,039 

6,346 



1,228,041 



3,721 
1,262 

I 

545' 



241,822 
' 5a 084 



1897. 



256,017 
615,845 

46,447 
1,457 

38,376 



18,147 

192,268 
91,772 
85,307 



27,993 

5,512 

143,401 

12,444 



11,666 
12,920 
12,638 



79 
1,572,289 



112,499 
ll,:-'62 

22,044 

8,709 
2,897 

5,874 
2,238 



2,903 
380 

404 



191,697 
44,415 



1898. 



546,342 
-928,600 

36,365 
1,230 

82,636 



1,343 

719,942 
88,722 
92,019 



81,867 

6,092 

317,487 

16,014 



30,246 

8,968 
35,763 



205 



1899. 



428,022 
668,082 

75,435 
3,862 

74,315 



9,646 

558,403 
85,115 



1900. 



Exports. 



Vahae. 



1896. 



606,183 1,118,768 
647,443 14,283,825 
128,405 807,090 

1,280 

52,091 70,175 



19,230 

549, 996 1 
107,550 



177,972 220,573 



2,993,841 



3,829 
412 



101,221! 
11,749 

16,929 

10,655 
2,673 

4,748 
3,346 



771 



339,526 
3,355 

62,978 

99,090 
9,189 

23,788 



,oyv 
935 



10.192 
3:476 



54,455 

24,467 

429,022 

23,548 



68,960 
12,258 
32,053 



52,707 

36,537 

305,568 

30,77§ 



70,781 
38,564 
28,298 



2,725,615 



5,973 
390 

1,288 



298,561 
4,570 

54,978 

94,237 
10,864 

41,990 

6,154 
3,380 

11,917 
3,003 



3,802,269 

580,196 
28,957 



7,458 

107,887 

19,002 



820,605 



56,373 



2,089 



1897. 



2,253,481 2,523,664 

15,262,750 18,486,168 

978,479 1,255,304 



18,428 



5,060,502 

783,298 
80,416 



11,430 
52,222 
57,271 



330,124 



341,149 



19,669 



7,294,750 

751,617 
61,699 



8,668 

80,760 

100,739 



225,089 



336,142 



2,645 



2,895,978 



5,604 
513 

121 



306,843 

3,383 

59,704 

III.760' 
17,162| 

56,969 

10,892 
1,89S 



21,704,6941 25,232,195 



37,484 



13,169 
4,514 



266 



79,844 



1,356 



31,145,625 



43,596 



60' 455 



1899. 



4,025,405 

17,401,436 

1,267,063 



70,425 



9,953,952 

463,819 
31,443 



13,031 

73,257 
140,142 



104,718 
42J069 



253 



33,586,953 



31,128 



1,274 



1900. 



5,429,563 

20,483,981 

1,457,942 

n!599 



12,471,848 

286,677 
228,983 



.3,035 

63,263 

21i:i81 



312,290 



71,138 



13 
41,031,513 



49,287 



200 



22 



10— i 



130 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Entered eor Home Consumptiox. 



1899. 



Quantity. 



Salt, N.E.S., in bags, barrels and 

other packages 

2 Salt, imported from the United 
Kingdom or any British posses- 
sion, or imported for the nse of 
the sea or gulf fisheries, N.O.P. 

Total salt 



3 Sand paper, glass, flint and emery 

I paper and emery cloth 

4, Sausage casings, N.E.S 

5|Sausage skins or casings, not 
cleaned 



Seeds and bulbous roots, viz.: — 
6| Anatto lbs. 

7 ^ean seed from Great Britain. n 

8 Beet and naangolds i. 

9 Carrots n 

lO' Clover and grass 

ll| Flax-seed .. 

12] Garden, field and other seeds 

for agricultural or other pur- 
poses, N.O.P., when in bulk 
or in large parcels 

13 Garden, field and other seeds 
for agricultural or other pur 
poses, N.O.P., when in small 
papers or parcels 

14 Mustard lbs. 

T.5 Pease, seed from Great Britain, lbs. 

16 Rape seed, sowing n 

17 Turnip seed .. 

18 Other seeds, N.E.S 

19 Bulbous roots, N.O.P 

20 Mushroom spawn 

Seeds, aromatic, not edible, and 

crude, viz.: — 

21 Anise, anise-star, caraway, 
coriander, cardamon, cum- 
min fenugreek and fennel . lbs. 



25 



Total seeds and bulbous roots . 

Ships and other vessels built in 
any foreign country, hull, rig- 
ging and all appurtenances ex- 
cept machinery 

Ships' boilers, steam engfines and 
other machinery ... 

Ships and vessels, repairs on 



Total ships, etc. 



Signs of any material, framed 
or not, and letters of any ma- 
terial for signs or similar use. . , 



4,415,013 
183,046,365 



194,827,818 



81,494 

5,982 

251,917 

52,624 



45,708,682 



47,298 

20,166 

101,435 

312,838 



Value. 



1900. 



Duty. 'Quantity. 



$ cts. 

! 
17,922 3,335 09 3,700,937 

267,520 193,554,550 



300,359 7,017 86: 204,582,887 



41,605| 10,363 02 
44,815; 8,654 95, 



69: 



1,576 

320 

18,065 

6,667 



1,119,539 



361,312 



6,359 

3,166 

378,178 

37,541 



51,184,541 



36,075 10 



6,046 1,510 75 

1,966; 

2,941 

4,023] 

24,266| 



69,154 



501 
264 



3,735 



1,551,221 



54,621 

46,443 
2,505 



103,572 



16, 



117,708 

97,098 

160,645 

334,599 



100 45 



k\ 



57,292 



37,686 30; 



5,462 40 

11,580 50 
626 25 



17,669 15 



4,578 71 



Value. 



12,497 



295,253 



Duty. 



$ cts. 
2,775 75 



325,433 6,439 06 



49,654 
53,997 

102 



262 

181 

27,039 

5,561 



12,316 07 
10,390 25 



1,366,436 



475,922 47,526 11 



4,419 1,103 61 

4,522 

3,252 

5,434 

26,310 



501 
1,674! 



3,247 



100 20 



1,924,660, 48,729 92 



155,206 

45,907 
57 



201,170 



19,174 



15,520 60 

11,477 25 
14 25 



27,012 10 



5,394 94 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



131 



Imports. 



Value. 



Exports. 



Value. 



1895. 



16,438 

338,888 
363,438 



36,870 
36,879 

987 



19,679 
7,025 



30,440 



623,289 



4,232 
1,546 



37,171 

209 

60 



1897 



25,376 

312,117 
345,587 



33,272 
43,045 



110 



1899. 



20,516 17,899 



293,4101 



327,594 



33,765; 
45,213, 

I43I 



15,726 
7,605 



375 



284; 

316i 

14,389i 

6,700' 



67,432 



267,520 
300,339 



41,605 
45,720 



1,576 

320 

18,065 

6,667 



1,119,539 



1900. 



12,500 

295,253 
325,436 



49,605 
54,593 

102 



262 

181 

27,039 

5,561 



1896. 



1897. 



1898. 



1899. 



22, 668 i 19,891 



22,668 



672,378j 465,454 381,i 



5,237 
814 



34,920 
675 

84 



3,210^ 
726,861 1 

25,946 

6,775 
7,785 

40,501 



2,316 
740,130 

22,099 



7,835 
1,691 
3,756 
8,451 
22,074 



6,089 
1,966 
2,941 
4,023 

24,266 



1,366,436 



525,567 



4,419 
4,522 
3,252 
5,434 
26,310 



418,754 
46,599 



515 

287 



1,868 
601,082 



32,680 



7,550i 75,120 

5, 747 1 108 

35,396! 107,908 



11,722 



501 
264 



3,735 
1,571,820 

54,624 

46,443 
2,505 

103,572 



501 
1,574 



14,842 



3,247 
1,974,305 480,195 



155,206 

45,907 
57 

201,170 



I 
17,450l 19,237 



99,392 



99,392 



10_i_9j 



19,891 



412,450 
125,392 



14,486 



1900. 



19,292 



19,292 



13,936 26,716 



13,936i 26,716 



445, .529 
80,568 



5,679 



552,328 531,776 



105,164 



105,164 



747,998 
826,843 



10,718 



1,585,559 



191,069 



191,069 



127,181 



127,181 



360,628 
1,039,689 



6,643 



12 



21 



1,406,960 



205,618 



205,618 



22 



25 



132 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. \ 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



20 



Silk and manufactures of — 

Blouses and shirt waists 

Bolting cloths, not made up 

Fabrics 

Han dkerchief s 

Hosiery, N.E.^... 

Clothing, including corsets 
prior to 1898 

Ribbons 

Sewing and embroidery silk 
and silk twist 

Shawls 

Shirts doz. 

Silk for the manufacture of 
underwear lbs. 

Silk, raw, or as reeled from the 
cocoon, not being doubled, 
twisted or advanced in manu- 
facture in any way n 

Silk cocoon and silk waste 

Silk in the gum or spun, not 
more advanced than singles, 
tram and thrown, organzine, 
not coloured , . . lbs. 

Silk plush netting used in the 
manufacture of gloves 

Silk and all manufactures of, 
N.O.P., or of which silk is 
the component paa't of chief 
value, except church vest- 
ments 

Socks and stockings doz. pairs, 

Undershirts and drawers 

Velvets, velveteens, plush 
fabrics, N.E.S Yds. 

Total silk and manufactures of 

Silver [ste gold and silver), under 
metals 



Entered fob Home Consumption. 



1809. 



Quantity. 



Value . 



92 
245 

75,824 



2,227 



5,499 

14,579 

2,106,382 

89,85^ 

4,119 

244,235 
844,590 

14,660 
1,063 
1,189; 

765 i 



263,543 
145 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



1,834 36 



586,725 49 

27,317 97 

1,164 85 

70,845 67 
275,531 74 

3,181 75 
276 53 
335 74 



1900. 



Quantity. 



54 
17 

69,832 



4,130 523 36 



663 
823,337 



130,886 
4,410 
1,863 

324,266 



Slate and manufactures of : — 

Mantels 

Roofing slate squares 

School writing slates No. 

Slate pencils 

Slate and manufactures of, 
N.E.S 



Total slate & mf s. of 



261 Soap (Exports). 

27 

28 

29 

30 

31 



Common or laundry lbs. 

Common, soft and liquid m 

Castile, mottled or white.,! i 

Harness soap n 

Toilet soap n 



4,407 
265,664 



3,669,387 

162,367 

648,072 

8,592 

386,890 



4,056, 17i 



3,249 



41,449 58 

1,385 25 

575 23 

80,070 97 



1,091,218 49 



304 91 20 

9,096 2,406 00 

11,558! 2,875 67 

3,135| 684 76 

9,007' 2,702 10 



,100: s,759 73 



175,929 

3,405 

30,244 

876 
84,307 



28,223 24 

1,113 44 

7,130 22 

212 77 

27,508 47 



694 

757,128 



Value . 



15,949 

11,497 

2,425,849 

103,992 

3,549 

244,118 
696,767 

22,609 
1,359 
1,365 

384 



277,708 
1,564 



Duty. 



cts. 



5,302 49 



702,902 51 

33,611 93 

993 53 

73,644 9: 
241,2c3 10 

4,832 87 
371 25 
369 94 



7,609 925 59 



8,018 
377,836 



4,573,768 
172,280 
772,935 

9,792 
4.38,961 



80,682 26,309 27 

2,580 746 98 

1,192| 414 14 

274,516 72,018 89 



4,173,2891,163,69740 



64 

22,278! 

15,662 

3,705 

11,998 



53,707 



19 20 

4,738 65 

3,915 50 

926 25 

3,593 71 



13,193 31 



225,332 
3,003 

35,975 
1,148 

89,810 



35,866 77 

980 57 

8,807 44 

265 70 

29,674 46 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



133 



Imports . 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 

S 

2,944 

11,054 

1,331,512 

69,042 

1,466 

231,795 
652,765 

16,919 
1,222 
1,123 

3,729 

226,724 
377 

7,838 


1899. 

5,499 

14,579 

2,090,157 

90,080 

4,119 

241,780 
843,249 

• 14,660 
1.063 
i;i89 

765 

263,543 
145 

4,130 


1900. 

15,949 

11,497 

2,452,908 

107,211 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


S 


$ 


$ 


§ 


8 


$ 


10,035 
905,347 
104,278 


16,092 

760,594 

80,606 

814 

252,704 
497,270 

14,780 
5-6 
273 

2,034 

133,354 
6 

6,338 
2,047 

227,989 
1,561 














199 


3,549 

251,704 
698,789 

22,689 
1 359 






i 


_.._ J 


344,123 
. 788,133 

19,973 












804 








1 ; 


384 


1,365 
384 

277,708 
1,564 

7,609 




* 


















190,557 




1 




i 


150 













6,211 


. . 




1 


222,209 


159,434 
2,633 
4,729 

199,473 


130,050 
4,410 
1,549 

321,604 


81,376 
2,580 
1,192 

274,625 












1,066 
























1 


171,764 


133,687 















2,765,233 


2,130,725 


2,924,779 



4,032,571 


4,214,058 







































14 
5,032 
6,809 
3,032 

6,802 

21,689 


554 

3,577 

10,417 

3,019 

7,289 

24,856 
















334 

9,948 


304 

9,096 

11,537 

3,135 

9,007 


64 

22,278 

15,629 

3,728 

11,998 


8^983 








•■■••• 


5,042 
2,660 

6,192 

















■ 



24,176 


33,079 


53,697 


8,983 
















- 1 

16,323 






" 






17,966 


15,252 


13,185 


19,114 


68,541 


94,350 

4,605 

24,977 

723 

74,005 


117,481 

9,496 

25,574 

727 

75,771 


174,220 

3,357 

30,155 

876 
83,220 


225,697 
2,889 

36,630 
1.148 

92,307 


2 544 


. 









27,790 





1 1 

1 


619 
76,421 





1 i 



11 



20 



134 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



10 



11 



16 



17 



ARTICLES. 



galls. 



Soap — Con. 

Pearline and other soap pow- 
ders lbs. 

Soap, n e.s., pumice, silver and 
mineral soaps, sapolio and 
other like articles n 

Total soaps n 

Spices : — 
Ginger and spices of all kinds, 

n.e.s., unground lbs. 

II II ground, n 

Nutmegs and mace h 



Total spices 

Spirits and wines, viz. : — 

Absinthe 

Alcohol, amyl or fusel oil, or 
any substance known as 
potato spirit or potato oil 

Arrack or palm spirit 

Brandy, including artificial 
brandy and imitations of 
brandy 

Cordials and liqueurs of all 
kinds, N.E.S. ; mescal, pul- 
que, rum schrub, schiedam 
and other schnapps ; tafia, 
angostura and similar alco- 
holic bitters or beverages . , . 

Ethyl, or the substance known 
as alcohol, hydrated oxide of, 
or spirits of wine 

Gin of all kinds, N.E.S 

Methyl, wood alcohol, wood 
naphtha, pyroxylic spirits, 
wood spirits or methylated 
spirits 

Rum 

Vermouth containing not more 
than 36 per cent of proof 
spirits. 

Vermouth and ginger wine 
containing more than 36 per 
cent of proof spirits 

Nitrous ether, sweet spirits of 
nitre and aromatic spirits of 
ammonia 



Whiskey 

All spirituous or 
liquors, N.O.P. , . 



alcoholic 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. 



Total spirits 

20 Wines, ginger, containing 26 

p. c. or less of spirits galh 

21 1 1 I, containing more 

than 26 p.c. of spirits m 



1,140,576 
322,513 



6,278,397 



1,639,272 

268,938 
108,795 



2,017,005 



204 
41 



188,323 



Value. I Duty. 



470,901 



92 
76,413 



8,243 
17 



846 
321,963 

5,.361 



1,091,989 



1,770 
163 



66,912 
22,501 



$ cts. 
20,020 12 

7,799 33 



384,1741 92,007 59 



141,609! 

22,814' 
27,076; 



15,596 64 
5,317 86 
5,612 69 



191,499 



2,049 



226 

78 



302,561 



18,207 42,710 



139 
198,616 



19 
31,962 



9,295 
50 



1,396 
456,369 

3,722 



1,049,192 



1,417 
357 



26,527 19 



1900. 



Quantity. 



931,435 
467,494 



7,366,665 



1,627,643 
299,924 
115,625 



2,043,192 



3,090 67 



489 60 
98 40 



451,982 75 



43,700 95 

-215 90 
1,130,152 42 

223 00 

183,428 73 

7,423 54 
40 80 



2,453 22 
772,691 44 



1,670 



239 
331 



208,028 



18,435 



327 

520,988 



37 
96,235 



10,210 



778 
373,382 



12,866 38 6,985 



2.608,857 80! 1,237,645 



1,591 71 
392 80 



1,761 

273 



Value. 



Duty. 



56,524 
34,343 



446,135 



151,306 
31,066 
28,146 



210,518 



2,696 



284 
368 



334,191 



45,069 



232 
241,891 



99 
42,963 



11,085 



1,236 
536,176 

5,068 



1,221,358 



1,424 
236 



$ cts. 
16,820 27 

11,860 32 



104,275 53 



16,376 45 
7,314 10 
5,545 96 



29,236 51 



4,007 70 



573 64 
796 32 



499,271 35 



44,243 60 



783 48 
1,250,33158 



88 14 
230,972 12 



9,188 41 



2,243 25 
896,122 98 

16,767 36 



2,955,389 93 



1,585 35 
656 16 



t 'Vermouth,' only, containing not more than 30 p.c, p.s. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



135 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


I .69,201 


- § 
64,988 


S 
61,724 


r 66,012 
I 23,358 


56,231 
34,439 


•$ 


$ 


.$ 


$ 


$ 












245,116 


263,648 


290,773 


381,198 


449,341 


17,966 


15,252 


13,185 


19,114 


16,323 


100,306 
16,745 


95,.566 
14,703 
27,767 


159,394 
17,464 
20,732 


138,720 
22,523 
27,444 


161,401 
31,798 
30,025 













32,706 
















149,757 


138,036 


197,590 


188,687 


223,224 

























1,963 
170 


1,625 
192 


1,607 
268 


2,639 

226 
44 

310,650 

47,425 

6,523 
223,915 

10 
40,063 

10,889 

57 

1,319 
523,819 

19,712 


4,551 

284 
298 

350,718 

60,114 

14,962 
258,573 

99 
54,246 

14,033 






















]26 




4,098 




2,783 


1,718 


1,299 


245,220 

34,416 
183 


264,017 

29,272 

159 
161,668 

38 
23,981 

+8,070 


300,350 

40,546 

65 
186,002 

166 
29,656 

7,503 


3,600 


140,299 

7 


2,961 


4,742 


2,504 


2,154 


3,265 


36,053 

+5,062 

i54 


7,467 


4,954 




3,823 


5,684 


1,565 






1,098 
311,037 

6,021 


851 
317,433 

8,933 


1,030 
422,909 

12,249 


1,421 
618,556 

11,145 




• 








377,863 
1,403 


444,756 

8,687 


268,675 
2,797 


343,786 
1,131 


402,473 
2,637 


781,709 


816,239 


1,002,351 


1,187,291 


1,389,000 


393,294 


467,237 


280,582 354,473 


411,239 


1,614 


1,307 


1,404 


1,365 
357 


1,347 
243 














' 














1 


• 1 



10 



11 



15 



16 



+' Vermouth,' only, containing more than 30 p.c, p.s. 



136 TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



27 



Spirits and wines — Concluded. 

Wines of all kinds, N.E.S, ex- 
cepting sparkling wines, in- 
cluding orange, lemon, straw- 
berry, raspberry, elder and 
currant wines 

Containing 26 p. c. or less of 
spirits 

Containing over 26 p.c. and not 
over 27 p.c. 



galh 



27 
28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 



28 
29 
30 
31 
32 
33 
34 
35 
36 
37 
38 
39 
40 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. 



259,218 

16,329 

16,312 

14,795 

18,788 

23,911 

22,337 

19,674 

14,093 

11,289 

8,285 

2,748 

938 

632 

218 



Value. 



Total wines, not sparkling. . n 

Champa^eand all other spark- 
ling wines : — 

In bottles containing each not 
more than a quart but more 
than a pint, old wine measure doz. 

In bottles containing not more 
than a pint but more than 
half a pint, old wine measure n 

In bottles containing one-half 
pint each or less n 

In bottles containing more than 
one quart each i. 

Total sparkling wines 



431,500 



Grand total spirits and wines 



Sponges 

Spurs and stilts, used in the manu- 
facture of earthenware 

Statues and busts (O.C.) 

Starch, including farnia, corn 

starch, &c Tbs . 

Stearic acids ,, 

Stockinettes for the manufacture 

of rubber boots and shoes 

Stone and manufactures of : — 
Burrstones in blocks, rough or 
unmanufactured, not bound 
up or prepared for binding 
into mill-stones. .. . .. .. No. 

Chalk 

II china or Cornwall and 
cliff stone and felspar, ground 
or unground 



6,176 

18,701 

696 

16! 



161,606 

7,820 

8,129 

9,596 

14,359 

20,528 

20,984 

18,075 

16,192 

14,926 

11,021 

3,406 

1,507 

926 

233 



1900. 



Duty. Quantity. 



Value. 



S cts. 



72,544 18 

6,917 40 

7,494 54 

7,908 92 

11,183 27 

15,724 75 

15,892 20 

14,530 25 

11,764 43 

10,405 50 

7,861 70' 

2,615 59: 

1,024 33j 

682 28 1 

215 96 



311,082 188,749 81 



263,421 

24,158 

16,547 

11,552 

17,555 

24,8S9 

23,695 

14,919 

11,998 

10,611 

8,893 

3,291 

1,401 

352 

190 



435,516 



Duty. 



$ cts. 



164,156 

11,127 

8,142 

8,2741 

12,374' 

16. 390 i 

22,735 

15,406 

16,423! 

15,835 

13,223 

5,478i 

2,376 

365 

144 



314,108 



78,3541 21,094 50| 5,719 



124,182 

1,627 

522 



i 204,685 



2,322,847 
992 



1,116 



1,564,959 



32,455 12 
581 67 
101 48 



54,232 77 



35,986 
• 578 



79,487 
75 

59,982 



1,759 
10,461 



4.325 



2,851,840 38 



6,575 70 



33,384 01 
15 00 

8,465 60 



2,025 95 



18,459 
423 

77 



1,918,634 
316 



77,092 

126,633 
1.140 

1,380 



206,245 



76,168 47 

10,103 18 

7,572 56 

6,410 27 

10,207 52 

14,877 88 

17,010 48 

11,486 05 

10,806 86 

10,271 17 

8,858 35 

3,552 27 

1,567 41 

335 16 

170 50 

191,639 64 



19,897 15 

31,462 06 
368 34 
332 07 



52,059 62 



1,741,711 3.199.089 19 



35,067 
2,678 



72,767 
27 



6,530 75 



27,510 37 
5 40 



62,361 8,873 41 



1,250 



1,546 
12,212 



6,842 



2,419 75 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, ifec. — Continued. 



137 



Imports. 



Value. 



1896. 



140,122 

9,656 

11,313 

6,822 

15,282 

23,934 

28,837 

23,179 

16,736 

6,401 

4,427 

851 

128 

10 

274 

289,536 



137,732 

4,104 

6,977 

7,150 

8,623 

13,032 

17,946 

17,575 

14,645 

9,991 

4,880 

1,509! 

1,585 

1,550 

511 

249,117 



1899. ! 1900. 



60.534! 61,581 



64,352 
681 
345 



79,924 
248 
436 



144,031 

7,463 

4,278 

9,137 

12,788 

18,106 

19,650 

19,858 

15,156 

12,093 

6,938 

1,909 

464 

84 

29 

273,388 



160,420 

5,135 

7,584 

8,951 

11,721 

16,267 

19,662 

13,.546 

13,057 

15,311 

10,900 

4,963 

2,197 

643 

190 

292,269 



Exports. 



Value. 



1896. 1897, 



12,773 



366i 86,465 



125,912 142,189 



1,197,157 

34,822 

328 
1,475 

56,608 
23 



1,207,545 

35,705 

341 



151,883 
1,809 



111,454 
1,005 

935 I 831 

191,760: 240,988 

I 

1,467,499! 1,720,548 

34,4831 35,925 



3,818 



66,530 

24! 



578 



75,645 
126! 



81,583 
75 



51,4431 58,681 



2,049 
6,445 



2,608 



1,827 
7,434 



4,394 



1,813 
9,587 



4,775 



1,759 
10,219 



4,325 



178,123; 

13,722 

8,432 

8,211 

15,283 

18,013 

25,057! 

15,460! 

17,855 

16,738 

14,385 

9,085 

2,212 

303i 

200 



1898. 



8,733 



344,669 12,773 



9.5,638 

149,974 

2,172 

2,138 

249,922 

1,983,591 

36,542 

2,678 



74,515 

27 

63,738 



1,5461 
12,212! 



406,067 



413 



8,733 



8,815 



1899. 



1900. 



5,364 



8,192 



8,815 



475,970 289,397 



227 



6,842 *2,545 



'6,321 



295 



5,364 



J, 192 



359,837 



940 



'4, 114 1 



,262 



419,431 



6,243 



'624 



21 



26 



29 



* Felspar only 



138 TRiDE AND GOMMERGE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 




1900. 






Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Stone and manutactures oi— Concluded. 

Flint, flints and ground flint 
stones cwt. 

Flagstones, dressed tons. 

Gannister cwt. 

Granite and freestones, dressed, 
and all other building stone, 
dressed, except marble tons. 

Granite, sawn only n 

II finished and polished. m 
t . manufactures of , N. 0. P 

Flagstones, granite and free- 
stone rough, sandstone and 
all building stone except 
marble not hammered or 
chiselled tons. 

Gravel and sand n 


4,859 
2,126 

1,365 

61 

343 

11,796 

30,288 


$ 

2,977 
737 

4,546 

420 

12,371 

32,734 

43,494 
42,209 

22,273 

5,203 

692 

6,223 
14,623 


$ cts. 

885 70 

84 00 

3,417 80 

9,540 49 

6,323 12 


6,183 

9 

6,719 

77 
15 

375 


$ 

4,342 
63 

3,881 

1,157 

157 

10,371 

28,861 

63,376 
41,280 

28,037 

6,345 

958 

6,294 
17,204 

446 

69 

6,492 
93 


$ cts. 


2 
3 
4 

5 
6 

7 


12 60 

231 40 

31 40 
2,976 24 
7,872 74 


8 
9 


16,161 
35,713 


9,277 21 


10 


Grindstones not mounted, and 
not less than 36 inches in 
diameter 


3,202 49 
1,299 57 

1,244 60 
4,334 39 


4,095 30 


11 


Grindstones, N.E.S 




77 


1,584 88 
1,248 40 


12 
13 
14 


Gypsum, crude tons. 

Limestone, ground 

Lithographic stones, not en- 
graved. 


325 


15 


Manufactures of stones, N.E.S 

Ornamental granite, marble, 
&c., unwrought 




5,091 83 


16 


. .>» 


17 


Ornamental granite, marble, 
&c., wrought. 











18 


Paving blocks 




69 io 


19 
20 
?1 


Plaster of Paris, or gypsum, 
ground not calcined brls. 

Plaster of Paris, calcined or 
manufactured cwt. 

Tufa, calcareous m 

Total stone and manufactures of. 


113 
4,963 


338 

3,120 


49 57 

597 77 


21 

8,491 
379 


10 40 
1,057 61 
















208,505 


33,005 45; 


240,026 


35,978 86 




Sugars, syrups and molasses- 
Maple sugar lbs. 

n syrup M 

Sugar, N.E.S 

Syrup, sugar-house 

Molasses, syrups, &c - ^^^^ " 

Molasses, second process, test- 
ing by polariscope less than 
35 degrees, imported by man- 
ufacturers of blacking for use 
in their factories „ 

Sugar candy, brown or white, 
and confectionery, including 
sweetened gums, candied 
peels and pop-corn.. n 






22 
23 
24 
25 

26 

27 


} 96,771 
265,823,389 

■ 3,645', 488 
1,708,208 

101 

1,016,787 
3,151,267 

973 


7,410 
5,883,443 

706^798 
33,119 

11 

113,591 
49,184 

2,260 


1,683 80 
1,932,556 51 

'59, 666 34 

12,877 28 

39,338 79 
23,657 82 

418 53 


99,504 
304,660,448 

" "4Vl'89i646 
3,777,143 

19,658 

1,207,303 
5,491,027 

527 


14,166 

7,228,218 

" 1,06.5^610 
68,968 

1,929 

135,269 
89,432 

1,458 


2,833 20 
2,286,123 03 

"67* 592 "92 
28,159 07 


28 


46,953 74 


29 
30 


Glucose or grape sugar, glucose 
syrup or corn syrup : 

Saccharine or any product 
containing over | per cent 
thereof n 

Total sugars, synips and molasses . 


41,181 88 
281 50 






6,795,816 


2,070,199 07 




8,605,0e0 


2.473,126 84 



*Not less than 12 inches in diameter. 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 



139 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 



Value. 



i 
3896. 1897. 1898. 1899. 1900. 



3,027 
""94i 



11,442 



5,244 

227 
747 



11,272 



43,034 27.442 
24,604 25,222 



*26,567 *25,547 



848 



772 



4,964 6,3601 

50,518 34,0331 



198 
2,000 



179,245 
r 351 

()",054J546 

} 953,889 

35 

77,275 
41,813 

1,292 
7,129,201 



5,344 
1,540 
3,510 



3,173 
390; 

8,456! 
19,314: 



25,322 
43,287 



18,015 

4,207 

1,742 

54 

7,767 
13,193 



2,977 
*"737 



4,546 

420 

12,371 

32,734 



43,494 
42,209 



22,273 

5,211 

()92 



6,223 
14,554 



123 
4,232 



338 
3,120 

208,202 

7,410 
6,387,934] 5,258,213 6,065,129 



154,876 



293 

2,025 
293 

174,100 



M2li} 2,378| 



Exports. 



Value. 



1896. 1897. 1898. 1899, 



4, 342 1 
631 

3,881! 



1,157 

157 

10,371 

28,861 



5,968 



63,376 
41,280 



28,037 

6,352 

958 



6,294 
17,164 



446 

69 

6,492 
93 

239,993 

14,166 
7,554,012 



817, 809 i 612,405 



341 

78,.557 
30,189 

648 
7,316,592 



16 

102,869 
52,917 

3,708 
6,032,506 



813,591 

11 

112,597 
46,006 

5,195 
7,049,939 



1,216,684 

343 

137,734 
89,902 



25,337 
119,847 



19,093 



205,641 



17,414 

2,088 



23,332 



421,265 



3,656 



25,545 
75,136 



20,367 



183,376 



12,636 

1,800 



18,710 



347,547 



52,672 
80,952 



1900. 



1,064 



55,547 
93,492 



21,8981 25,618 



193,515 



5,253 
7,029 



2,587 



369,^ 



/ 51,499 

I 

5,586 
40 

68,888 



31,387 

511 

97,414 

32 

48,402 



1,368 
,014,209! 126,013 



22,101 

552 

100,586 

1,422 

19,552 



166,222 



4,007 
1,536 



7,611 



9,145 



115,910 
102,151 



24,641 



236,065 



1,803 
1,026 



2,622 



362,359 493,987 



66,295; 84,726 

2931 253 

49,7951 3,647 

10,047j 9,978 

18,127 21,567 



177,746' 144,2131 144,55^ 



120,171 



140 TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 19D1 
^Kj. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


. 

Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 


1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty 








S 


S cts. 




^ 


$ cts. 


1 


Table cloths of all kinds, made up . . . . 




57,911 


13,893 20 




42,181 


10,269 27 


2 


Tallow lbs. 


43,548 


1,869 


309 80 


42,868 


2,361 


428 49 


3 


Tape lines of any material 

Tar and pitch (pine) in packag-es 




9,599 


2,011 12 




9,344 


2,176 02 








4 
















of not less than 15 galls galls. 


378,262 


17,511 




515,919 


36,924 




5 


Tar coal and coal pitch .. 

Total tar .. 


1,237,817 


54,447 




1,615,492 


73,874 












1,616,079 


71,958 




2,131,411 


110,798 






Tea of India black imported di- 




6 












^ 




rect or purchased in bond in 














the United Kingdom lbs. 

M N.E.S. „ 


2,783,337 
2,006 


403,876 




4,618,159 
1,918 


675,448 




7 


533 


53 30 


661 


66 10 


8 


Tea of Ceylon black imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 












1 




the United Kingdom .t 


4,958,093 


773,707 




6,821,173 


1,073.710 


/ 


9 


N.E.S. „ 


38,479 


9,655 


965 52 


7,947 


1,150 


115 oof 


10 


Tea of China black imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 












I 




the United Kingdom .. 


2,703,791 


376,640 




2,837,374 


341,056 


/ 


11 


N.E.S. u 


20,083 


4,035 


403 50 


6,498 


1,856 


185 60 [ 


12 


Tea of Japan black imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 












\ 




the United Kingdom „ 


1,245,694 


165.694 




673,146 


96,960 


' 


13 


N.E.S. M 


1,692 


348 


34 80 


58,105 


12,522 


1,252 20 


14 


Tea of other countries bloxk im- 
ported direct or purchased in 
















bond in the United Kingdom.. „ 


552,957 


101,966 




63,334 


9,517 


/ 


15 


N.E.S. „ 


106,540 


17,022 


1,702 20 


12,306 


2,094 


209 40 / 


1(5 


Tea of India gretn imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in \ 












\ 




the United Kingdom n 


42,949 


5,979 




22,884 


3,435 




17 


„ N.E.S. „ 
Tea of Ceylon green imported di- 








330 


114 


li 40 


18 












rect or purchased in bond in 












J 




the United Kingdom n 


24,820 


4,071 





26,547 


4,106 


/ 


19 


N.E.S. „ 


2,148 


422 


42 20 


628 


179 


17 90 f 


20 


Tea of China green imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 












I 




the United Kingdom n 


1,454,809 


165,667 




1,207,111 


157,518 


/ 


21 


N.E.S. H 


246,387 


42,276 


4,227 60 


28,086 


5,214 


521 40 ( 


22 


Tea of Japan green imported di- 
rect or purchased in bond in 












I 




the United Kingdom m 


10,049,475 


1,309,395 




8,483,371 


1,193,429 




23 


N.E.S. M 


370,896 


65,751 


6,575 10 


47,410 


9,510 


951 00 


24 


Tea of other countries green im- 
ported direct^ or purchased in 
bond in the United Kingdom., h 
















430,630 


60,859 




23,586 


9,224 





i5 


n N.E.S. M 

Total tea ,, 

Teasels 


20,821 


3,832 


383 20 


28,369 


6,324 


632 40 / 




25,055,607 


3,511,728 


14,387 42 


24,968,282 


3,604,027 


3,962 40 


26 




1,256 






828 





i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



141 



Imports . 






i 
Exports . 




Value. 








Value. 






1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


$ 


s 


$ 


$ 


$ ! 


$ 


$ 


S 


$ 


S 


63,588 


69,024 
5,203 


56,498 
5,591 
5,980 

19,668 
35,194 


57,434 

1,869 
9,293 

17,511 
54,447 


43,605 
2,361 
9,344 

36,924 

73,874 


738 


4,383 


' " " 11,466 






22,200 


62,876 


70,665 




15,435 
36,942 

52,377 










15,181 
31,209 


23,389 


24,498 


28,196 


24,249 


18,646 










18,646 


46,390 


54,862 


71,958 


110,798 


23,389 


24,498 


28,196 


24,249 






/ 

311,219 
2,011 

\ 510,091 
) 8,342 


403,876 
2,374 

773,707 
11,995 


675,448 
661 

1,073,710 
1,488 


^ 








i 
1 


1,712,400 
20,663 


1,996,113 
25,344 


) 

\ 416,734 
11,916 

/ 99,528 
1 958 


376,640 
8,441 

165,694 
348 


341,056 
1,856 

96,960 
4,862 


i 
1 

i 








1 
• 1 

1 
i 

^ ! 






\ 84,635 
\ 7,359 

/ 


101,966 
17,251 


9,517 
2,094 


y 54,246 


425,897 


277,388 


195,125 


266,866 






10,068 
29 


5,979 


3,435 
114 
















\ 8,717 
1 =*! 


4,071 
422 


4,106 
179 












1,502,512 
16,463 


1,272.255 
19,336 


\ 141,524 
9,116 

1 1,076.618 
1 18,910 


165,667 
43,250 

1,309,395 
73,040 


157,518 
5,203 

1,193,429 
23,830 














3,313,048 


\ 131 

\ 8,077 

2,726,014 


60,859 
3,832 

3,528,807 


9,224 
6,324 


J . 






195,125 


266,866 


3,252,038 


3,611,014 


54,246 


425,897 


277,388 


785 


899 


6,109 


1,256 


828 
















1 







14 



25 



26 



142 



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No. 11. —Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



10 



11 



12 



13 



ARTICLES. 



Tobacco and manufactures of : — 

Cigarettes lbs. 

Cigars n 

Tobacco, cut i. 

Snuflf „ 

A.11 other manufactures of to- 
bacco, N.E.S M 

Tobacco, unmanufactured for 

excise purposes. i. 

Foreign raw leaf tobacco, sam- 
ples unstemmed .... n 

II II stemmed 

Stems and cuttings 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity. 



7,075 
65,171 
90,611 

6,313 

95,507 

13,546,043 

9,928 



Total tobacco and manufactures lbs. 13,820,648 
Tobacco pipes of all kinds, pipe 
mounts, cigar and cigaretce 
holders and cases for same, 
smokers' sets and cases there- 
for and tobacco pouches 

Trav.ds, trawling spoons, fly 
hooks, sinkers, swivels and 
sportsman's fishing bait, and 

fishhooks, N.E.S 

Trunks, valises, hat-boxes, carpet 
bags, satchels, tool bags or 
baskets, portmanteaus, fly- 
books and parts thereof, 

%. N.O.P 

Treenails M 

14 i Tortoise and other shells 

15'Turtles.. No. 

16 Turpentine, spirits of galls 

17 Turpentine, raw and crude lbs. 

18 Umbrellas, parasols and sun- 
shades of all kinds and ma- 
terials 

U nenumerated articles 

Vaccine and ivory vaccine points. . 

Varnish, lacquers, japans, jayjan 
dryers, liquid dryers, and oil 
finish, N.E.S galls 

Vami&h, black and bright for 
ships' use m 



22 



Total varnishes n 

Vegetables, viz. : — 

Melons . . No. 

Potatoes bush. 

II sweet and yams h 

Tomatoes, fresh m 

Tomatoes and other vegetables, 
including com and baked 
beans in cans or other pac- 
kages, N.E.S lbs. 

Turnips 

All other . . 

Vegetables, fresh or dry salted, 
N.O.P... 

Total vegetables . 



Value. 



14,293 

181,422 

54,510 

1,631 

32.320 

1,884,440 

1,960 



2,170,576 



281 

608,050 

1J,983 



205,044 



14,352 



47,965 

7 

13,590 

207 

229,283 

564 



131,245 

190,837 
3,037 



50,735 
745! 
51,480 



,565 

285 



85,850 



211,034 
62,610 
17,339 
15,712 



1,279,798 



10,221 
40.288 
12,023 
24,471 



70,100 



178,083 



Duty. 



$ cts. 

2 4,646 54 

240,962 41 

49,830 17 

3,156 13 

47,753 98 



1,208 90 



367,558 13 



63,242 39 



3,703 20 



14,120 7] 



1900. 



Quantity. 



9,357 

81,723 

104.427 



167,020 

7,928,382 
301 



Value. 



S 



Duty. 



§ cts. 



8,299,798 



20,453 .33,190 39 

249,603 307,573 63 

67,049 57,436 55 

2,546! 4,294 85 

56,789j 83,509 92 

1,508,110 

249 120 40 



1,904,799 



355! 

11,473 91 i 724,586 
14,651 



35,640 99 
37,158 40 



215,723 



17,644 



52,186 
400 

24,626 

248 

359,812 

351 



25,311 48 



25,311 48 



2,555 43 
9,392 26 
1,734 05 
5,588 73 



18,359 80 



486,125 74 



ri,276 24 



4,498 54 



15,254 45 



17,990 62 



108,645 29,313 51 
247,035 47,890 71 



,792 



51,336| 
1,490 



52,826 



212,989 

101,468 

18,458 

14,583 



1,569,308 



85,181 
421 



44,467 02 



335,186 82,097 29 



85,602 

10,370 
68,753 
14,332 
26,161 



88,569 



194,245 



25,723 04 



25,723 04 



2,592 40 

15,220 57 

1,846 28 

5,529 63 



23,526 53 



48,531 78 



402,430 97,247 19 



Toreign raw leaf tobacco, unmanufactured for excise purposes, unstemmed. fForeign raw leaf 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 



143 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Imports. 


Exports. 




Value. 






Value. 








1896. 


1897. 

8,524 

220,357 

27,060 

2,737 

17,449 

2,010,107 

259 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 




11,574 
227,757 
^ 17,594 


S 

13,592 

146,620 

39,024 

1,464 

19,275 

1,224 

( * 1,060,492 

It 2,911 


13,973 

181,956 

54,766 

1,669 

34,724 

1,715,451 

21,115 

4,677 


S 

23,202 

263,540 

73,802 


} 19,987 


$ 
17,385 


17,412 


S 
12,202 


18,015 


1 
2 
3 
4 

5 

6 


1,292 


3,395 

60,195 

1,731,366 

1,970 
354 






15,082 
1,464,810 
"I 


37,467 
153,566 


44,509 
412,906 


43,903 
119,198 


44,902 
99.312 


51,636 
52,973 


1 107 












8 
9 






19,941 


14,415 


16,962 


20,751 


35,836 


.... 










1,738,216 


2,286,493 
140,611 


1,284,602 


2,028,331 


2,157,824 


230,961 


489,215 


197,475 


177,167 


158,460 




121,943 


159,271 
12,369 

32,354 

887 

10,883 

322 

212,103 

75 

■ 

116,835 

162,193 

659 

76,775 

308 

77,083 


191,890 
14,352 

48,349 

13,590 
207 

228,995 
564 

131,238 

188,662 

3,037 

85,165 

285 
85,450 


214,057 
17,644 

52,444 
400 

24,626 

248 

359,675 

351 

109,890 

243,699 

7,792 

86,763 
421 








« 




10 














11 


30,945 


32,984 
530 

12,854 

473 

153,483 

111,470 

116,416 

183 

58,425 

549 

58,974 










12 


1,351 








1 


13 
1 \ 


7,485 









1 


318 








i 


15 


162,348 









I 


16 


1 






17 

18 
19 
20 


168,297 

119,299 

93 



























79,757 










21 


624 












22 


80,381 


87,184 















11,608 

28,897 
9,922 


7,248 
38,625 

9,413 
27,840 

34,607 


8,482 
28,443 
11,870 
36,194 

47,237 


10,233 
41,004 
12,036 
24,552 

65,829 


10,370 
69,073 
14,3.52 
26,194 

99,893 


227,606 


246, i40 


633,927 


315,527 


33b;369 


23 
24 

25 


27,288 






• 






'>6 


30,519 


3,207 


10,899 
55,941 
65,756 


10,340 
65,688 

30,887 


19,934 

102,457 

30,206 


18,101 

116,444 

41,662 


27 












105,998 


oq 




112,326 


102,830 
220,563 


176,916 
309,142 


174,678 


193,267 


SO 


■ ■ " 











220,560 


328,332 


413,149 336,811 


378,736 


740,8421 


468,124 


506.516 





tobacco, unmanufactured for excise purposes, stemmed. 



144 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



Vinegar of any strength not ex- 
ceeding strength of proof ... galls 
Vinegar, above strength of proof. i. 



Watches 

Watch cases 

Watch actions and movements . 
Watch glasses and watch keys. 



Total watches and move- 
ments 



21 



22 



23 



Wax, beeswax ....... lbs. 

Wax, and manufactures of, N. 
E.S 

Webbing, elastic, and non -elastic 

Whalebong, unmanufactured . . . cwt. 

Whips of all kinds, including 
thongs and lashes . 

Square reeds and raw-hide cen- 
tres, textile leather or rubber 
heads, thumbs and tips, and 
steel, iron or nickel tips, and 
steel, iron or nickel caps for 
whip ends, imjjorted by whip 
manufacturers for use in the 
manufacture of whips in their 
factories 

Window cornices and cornice 

poles of all kinds 

Window shades in the piece or 
cut and hemmed or mounted 
on rollers sq. yds. 

Window shade or blind rollers ...,,., 



Wood and manufactures of : — 
Barks : — 

Hemlock cords. 

Oak and tanners i. 

Corkwood or cork bark 

Wood for fuel cords . 

Wood of the persimmon and 

dogwood trees 



Wood partly manufactured : — 
Bamboo reeds, not further 
manufactured than cut into 
suitable lengths for walking 
sticks or canes, or for sticks 
for umbrellas, parasols or 
sunshades, and bamboos, un- 
manufactured . . 

Felloes of hickory wood, rough 
sawn to shape only, or rough 
sawn and bent to shape, not 
planed, smoothed or other- 
wise manufactured . . . 

D shovel handles 



Entered for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



1900. 



Quantity. 



,837 
,568 



33,564 



25,438 



61 
124 



12,488 



Value . 



13,488 
2,052 



44,615 

83,126 

290,129 

9,385 



427,255 



8,941 

20,101 

122,943 

500 

9,228 



19,017 
4,604 



2,722 

24,761 



155 

931 

54,524 

26,414 

2,215 



Duty . I Quantity. 



cts. 



7,212 77 
2,200 12 



10,874 28 

24,787 59 

28,696 

2,176 29 



66,534 93 



4,418 



33,403 
19,085 



894 10 

3,714 08 
22,196 20 



3,071 67 



1,308 73 



926 14 
,665 16 



55,455 
22,714 



Value . 



11,3781 7,185 94 
6,340 5,326 07 



51,224 

92,008 

353,001 

3,785 



500,018 



33,331 



9,839 



, . 1 24,333 

137,721 

3 1,214 



11,830 



4,423 



85 



13,256 



31,766 
4,386 



967 
25,940 



80,202 
28,421 

1,855 



3,940 



41,604 
19,947 






i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



145 



Imports. 



Value. 



1896. 



. 8,890 
2,13G 

.37,553 

34,595 

226,713 



1897 



298,861 

7,383 

14.239 

74,3)6 

752 

5. 161 



7,415 



2,092 
15,760 



1,054 

81,675 
15,067 



.3,559 



25,9491 



8,458: 
l,853i 



1898. 



12,951 
2,212 



40,270, 42,878 

42,770| 78,279 

374,887 319,640 

' 10,264 



457,927 

5,182 

14,355 

80,577 

413 

3,385 



7,177 



7,259 
16,689 



45 
973 

78,478 
28,406 



495 



2,931 



29,600 



451,061 



8,015 

18,881 

131,788 

633 

4,155 



9,427 
2,406 



3,655 
22,337 



2,501 
95,312 
21,861 



3,525 



( 16,275 
\ 23,438 



1899. 



12,734 

2,800 



1900. 



11,360 
5,942 



44,587 51.224 

82,850l 92,008 

290,378 3.53,001 

9,383 3,785 



427,198 

8,941 

20,047 

121,624 

500 

9,228 



19,017 
4,604 



2,722 
24,761 



155 

931 

54,524 

26,414 

2,215 



4,418 



33,403 
19,085 



500,018 

9,839 

24,420 

139,750 

1,214 

11,830 



31,766 
4,386 



967 
25,600 



693 
80,202 
28,421 

1,855 



Exports . 



Value. 



1896. 



25 



177,010 



222,389 



3,940 



41,604 
19,947 



1897. 



1898. 



1899. 



681 



3,91< 



1900. 



112,154 



173,921 



105,057 



140,89'; 



48,890 



123,711 



11 



61,899 
117^51 



21 



i22 
123 



10—1-10 



146 



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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



ARTICLES. 



No. 



18 



Wood and manufactures — Con. 
Wood partly manufactured — Con. 

Handle bolts, heading bolts, 
stave and shingle bolts — ... 

Hickory billets, to be used in 
the manufacture of axe, hat- 
chet, hammer and other tool 
handles 

Hickory, sawn to shape for 
spokes of wheels , 

Hickory spokes, rough turned, 
not tenoned, mitred, throated, 
faced, sized, cut to length, 
round tenoned or polished . . . 

Knees and futtocks. 

Wood, manufactures of — 

Barrels, empty . 

Barrels containing petroleum 
or its products, or any mix- 
ture of which petroleuni forms 
a part when such contents 
are chargeable with a specific 

duty 

n and packages of Cana- 
dian manufacture, returned 
empty 

Fishing rods 

Furniture, house, cabinet or 
office 

Caskets and coffins and metal 
parts therefor _ 

Doors, sashes and blinds 

Hubs for wheels, posts, last 
blocks, wagon blocks, oar 
blocks, gun blocks, heading 
and all like blocks or sticks 
rough, hewn or sawn only. 

Matches and match splints 

Mouldings, plain, gilded or 
otherwise further manufac- 
tured 

Rakes, hay No. 

*Sav^ed boaids, planks, deals, 
and other lumber, undressed, 
or dressed on one side only..M. ft 

*Sawed boards, planks, deals, 
planed or dressed tm one or 
both sidts, when the edges 
thereof ate jointed or tongued 
and grooved 

Shingles M. 

Show cases and meti^l parts 
therefor No. 

Spool wood and spools 

VVoodenware, ]>ails, tubs and 
ckurns. washboards, pounders 

and rolling pins 

Manufacture of wood, N.E.S 



Enterki) for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



1900. 



Quantity. 



Value. 



42,420 



6,541 
46,870 



5,148 
31,002 



653 



1,439 

711 
6,355 

89,814 



45,785 

t4,448 
12,267 

323,639 

13,183 



Duty. Quantity. I Value. 



Duty. 



$ cts. I 



688 

495 

2,783 

116,931 



8,482 85 



3,358 61 

96,238 07 

3,295 75 



.3,210 



32,888 
890 



569,416 



58,234 
41,191 



,263 



27,203 
372,097 



8,222 00 
222 50 



30,151 



30,609 

t6,903 
10,951 

393,192 

10,538 



•^ cts. 



6,030 10 



2,965 99 

117,043 67 

2,635 85 



3,093 



14,558 20 



1,831 64 



7,321 



36,309 



4,034 
.Sl,132| 

j 

554 1 



32,095 

827 



574,383 



56,506 
45,253 



6,147 



5,439 38 
92,093 86 



I 43,738 
! 499,759 



8,022 57 
210 95 



14,125 82 



2,148 29 



8,746 89 
122,805 96 



For exports see items 31 to 33, pages 148-9, and items 1 to 8, pages 150-1 



t After 1897 includes 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



147 



• 




Imports. 










Exports. 






Value. 






Value. 






1896. 


1897. : 

1 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 

i 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. i 

i 

i 


1900. 


% 


1,721 


2,528 


1,439 


1 
688 


S 


$ 


S 


i 


$ 


707 


10 


1,470 
10,906 


711 


495 












281 


7,814 


6,355 


i 
2,783| 


' 










59,063 


60,366 


73,864 


89,814 


116,931 




9,8i6 




8,972 


■ ■ ■ ■ Hi75 


■ ■ ■ 17,559 


i9;99i 












23,753 


30,238 


29,054 


27,549 


26,521 


53,731 

3,800 
8,112 

276,463 


46,996 

5,044 

8,578 

285,512 


49,121 

t6,555 
8,362 

282,565 


46,275 

t4,448 
12,267 

327,719 


30,511 

t6,903 
10,951 












1 








395,509 


78,607 


127,752 


248,317 


356,490 


382,623 


7,317 


8,543 



10,541 


13,183 


10,538 


190, 004 


' 285Ji61 


' 324^610 




378,206 


'299;359 


1,318 


4,309 


9,082 


3,210 


3,093 












195,987 


151,276 


195,779 


257,981 


103,961 


26,615 
326 


25,095 
93 


25,298 
316 


32,829 
890 


32,121 

827 


18,135 


16,201 


14,915 


21,542 


15,786 


255 712 


331,937 


1 384,767 

39,357 
19,772 


569,416 

58,234 
41,191 


574,383 

56,506 
45,253 














" 899,547 


1,201] 562 


994,438 






28,741 


40,930 


976,361 


1,131,506 


2,537 


3,346 


3,832 


7,416 


6,162 


99,576 










86,238 


77,704 


171,299 


66,222 


13,034 
302,241 


1 

13,683 
1 337,735 

1 


17,766 
304,820 


27,175 

370,839 

i 


43,738 
502,994 


14,285 

295,873 


13,150 
257,026 


20,171 
296,201 


38,489 
351,200 


39,318 
432,531 



17 



22 
23 



Barrels exported empty and returned filled with foreign products. 
10— i— lOJ 



148 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

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No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


• 
Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 

i 


1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Wood and manufactures of— Con. 
Wood, manufactures of — Con. 
*Timber hewn or sawed, and 
timber used for spars and in 
building wharfs 




i 


$ cts. 




$ 


S cts. 


2 


*Lumberand timber, manufac- 
tured, N.E.S M. ft. 

Picture and photograph frames . . t 





14,949 


2,989 80 


718 


10,431 


2,086 20 


4 


Timber or himber hewn or ! 
sawed, squared or sided or 
creosoted . 


199,132 






195,110 
724 

13,609 

■ 

100,377 

12,096 
23,269 




5 


Ship timber and ship plank- 
ing, N.O.P , 








G 

7 


Umbrella, parasol and sun- 
shade sticks or handles, N.E.S 

Veneers of wood, not over j/W 
of an inch in thickness 




14,735 

59,555 

11,350 
19,086 


2,830 80 
4,468 47 

3,297 91 

4,768 75 




2,614 90 
7,508 60 


8 


Walking sticks and canes of 
all kinds, N.E.S 




3,538 00 


9 
10 


Wood pulp. . 

Wood unmanufactured- 
Other articles produce of forest 




5,818 16 


11 


Logs and round unmanufac- 
tured timber, N.O.P 

Elm .. ... 




406,845 







432,224 




13 
















14 


Oak 















15 
16 
17 


Pine 

Spruce 









All other 














18 


*Lumber and timber, plank and 
board, when not otherwise 
manufactured than rough 
sawn or split or creosoted, 
vulcanized or treated by any 
preserving process : — 
Amaranth, boxwood, cocobo- 

ral and sandal wood . . . . M. ft. 
Basswood, butternut and hic- 
kory . . . 





136 




315 


4,080 




19 






20 


Cherry, chestnut, gumwood 

and hickory and white wood. M. ft. 
Mahogany m 

Oak n 

Pitch pine t. 

Redwood .. 

Rosewood 1. 

Spanish cedar .1 

Sycamore m 

Walnut . 

White ash .1 

African teak, black heart 
ebony, lignum vitse, red 

cedar and satinwood m 

Lumber, viz. :— 
Battens and pine and spruce 

clapboards n 

Deals, pine 

; 1. spruce and other 


6,918 

929 

19,703 

15,642 

668 

37 

328 

■ 74 

1,566 

1,047 

390 

1 

98 


208,321 

53.277 

1 543,536 

1 304,209 




7,623 

494 

29,548 

19,089 

91 

9 

580 

19 

2,525 

1,234 

607 

1,268 


272,462 

47,296 

887,274 

398,211 

2,322 

116 

4,161 

519 

86,659 

45,830 

18,357 

11,894 




21 

22 
03 


i 




24 

25 
26 


9.450 

880 

9,093 

2,269 

50,404 

32,591 

10,298 

1,014 







*>? 




28 






30 




31 






3^ 






3J 


1 




1 










For export of these see below and on pages 150- 1 



i S TA TIS TIC A L A ND FIN A NCI A L STA TEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



149 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 1 

i 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1 
1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1 
1900. 


i 

9,584 

14,614 
38,356 

1 

341,918 

2,577 

8,301 

59,113 


11,.548 

8,600 
34,578 

357,132 

1,139 

6,980 

50,264 

13,754 
9,006 

5,971 

189,577 


$ 


$ 


10,431 


1 


% 


$ 


S 


i 

i 
J 

1 

1 


7,819 


14,957 


462,363 

548 

10,636 

60,026 

10,711 
25,694 


199,132 


199,415 

724 

13,609 

100,377 

12,221 
23,269 






13,976 
58,934 

11,311 

19,086 





' 


16,623 
12,518 

2,406 






675,777 
87,632 


741,959 
104,195 


1,210,923 
87,323 


1,274,376 
94,985 

""44",687 

3,449 

123 

1,398,454 

49,769 

73,220 


1,816,016 
137,065 

74;72i 

7,738 

3,430 

494,311 

63,078 

117,358 


286,718 


136,918 


406,845 


432,224 




124,988 

18,607 

6,627 

1,423,989 

86,075 

71,035 

45,628 


77,978 

13,790 

4,066 


53,784 
4,030 
2.517 




















1,832,352 1,6161671 

107,073 33,885 

90,843 89.4.30 


363 


99 


1,632 


136 


4,080 


43,374 


37,481 




31,775 
... 


39,703 


145,326 

21,974 

207,191 

131,540 

4,829 

56 


156,833 

15,566 

339,540 

162,906 

1,229 

895 

15,596 

1,762 

44,550 

2,914 

4,614 

1,175 

i'""' 


227,280 

42,492 

484,782 

295,748 

190 

108 

9,228 

1,782 

56,049 

12,783 

7,082 

1,455 


208,321 

53,277 

543,536 

304,209 

9,450 

880 

9,093 

2,269 

50,404 

32,591 

10,298 

1,014 


272,462 
47,296 

887,274 

398,211 

2,322 

116 

4,161 

519 

86,659 

45,830 

18,357 

11,894 






























14,604 
226 






















52,998 
2,848 

3,565 

2,642 


■ 






















35,267 
3,061,537 
5,579,746 


24,594 
3,313,357 

7,094,485 


20,350 
3,885,448 
7,918,366 




! 

39,526 
4,193,628 
7,848,437 


27,811 
3,286,598 
8,287,960 



30 



150 TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 


1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value 


Duty. 


3 


Wood and manufactures of— Con. 
Wood, unmanufactured— Con- 
Lumber :— Cow. 




•S 


S cts. 


1 


$ 


S cts. 


Lathwood 

Laths palings and pickets 





9,355; 
! 






4,992 




4 


Planks and boards 

Joists and scantling 

Staves, standard .... 

" other and headings . . . M. 

Lumber, all other, N.E.S 

Hop, hoop, telegraph and 
other poles 










5 
6 




! 




7 


2,296 


47,762 

ni,047: 

! 




3,374 


72,876 
*215 




8 
9 






10 










n 






1 










12 


Posts, cedar, tamarack and 




' 











13 


Shingle bolts of pine or cedar 




129,779 










14 






181,021 




15 


Stave bolts ' 








16 














17 

18 

19 


.. other 

Saw-dust of the woods, speci- 
fied under Nos.20 to 30, 
inclusive, page 148 

Timber, square, viz. : — 
Ash 




12,671 






1,739 




?0 


Birch 












9^ 


Elm 


1 






^^ 


IVTaple 


1 








^3 


Oak . 


I 








94 




1 






j 


?»'> 


II white 






. 


1 


26 
27 


All other 

Wood, blocks and other, for 
pulp 


\ 









98 


Wood, blocks for matches 

Miscellaneous wood and man- 
ufactures, N.E.S., viz. :— 
Cane or rattan, split or other- 

1 wise manufactured 

i Corks and cork wood or cork 

bark, manufactured 

Ivory nuts, vegetable 

Cane and rattans, not manu- 
factured .... 

Willow or osiers — 


i 

i 

1 28,690 

99,362 

i 18,542 

11.087 


4,301 21 
19,387 70 






29 




37,303 


1 

5.595 30 


30 




82,361 i 16.375 65 


31 




25,822 
2,893 




32 








.33 




181 
1,660 






51 


34 


Wares and all manufac- 
tures of like material, 

N.O.P 

Total wood andmanu- 
f actures of 

Wr»nl nnrl mnnnfftof nrA« c\i 


1 


414 37 




8,596^ 2,149 00 












4,070,444 


276,201 87 




4,996,443 330,421 90 


3P 














3C 
37 
3J 
3^ 
4C 


Blankets lbs. 

Cassimeres yds. 

5 Cloths ,. 

Coatings n 

) Doeskins . n 

Overcoatings n 

5 Tweeds „ 


118,26^ 

320,008 

2,523,841 

931,811 


; 39,972 

\ 128,359 

L 1,440,825 

548,298 


11,582 41 

35,284 53 

388,155 91 

• 144,961. 22 


109,801 

162,985 

2,271,862 

905,37S 

4,017 

19,284 

1,362,326 


49,97C 

45,24t 

1,307,42c 

547,905 

27C 

11,161 

802,221 


13,923 92 

12,492 89 

356,735 96 

145,324 25 

► 72 07 


41 
4i 


22,44^ 

891,72] 


5 8,993 
L 533,551 


1 2,452 09 
! 141,936 20 


3,092 57 
215,204 8& 



*Hop poles only. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, kc. — Continued. 



151 



Imports. 



Exports. 



Vah 



Value. 



1896. 



1897. 



1898. 



4,281 



23,992 



'5,871 



176,103 
1,07< 



'13 



8,506 



25,245 27,440 



1899. 



1900. 



9,a55 



1896. 



1897. 



520,646 



4,992i 528,395 



1898. 



637,1931 



47,762 72,876 



641,068 

700 

376,281 

8,513,7101. 10,832,185 5,625,391 

246,273 

33,412 

368,171 

257,603 



402,454 

2,8281 

699,155 

653,065! 



515,276! 



437,974 

94,906 

604,525 

317,415 



*11,047 



'215 i 



91,409, 68,236' 129,779 181,021 



l,55!i 



1,619| 1,318 



12,671 



14,136 

67,227 

28,802 

18,795 
181 

13,889 
2,904,196 



25,127 

47,562 

1,594,179 

513,283 

2,762 

35,897 

412,582 



17,391 20,497 



70,884 
9,458 

9,512 

142 

9,987 



83, 487 
19,793 

5,309 

680 

2,236 



3,002,228 3,506,662 



16,661 

30,203 

1,173,988 

428,073 



1.5,501 
411,982 



50,808 

59,926 

1,110,399 

490,665 

211|, 

7.62oi 

428, 650: 



28,690 

106,743 
18,542 

11,087 

181 

1,660 



1,7J 



50,5031 

7,800i 

67,755; 

60,949; 
3,458| 
213,622 
34,672 
72,133 
53,499 

I 



61, 232 1 
2,926 

72,850 

54,537 
4,903 
229,780 
38,634 
56,435 
24,201 



52,950 

228,876 

209,409 

295 

614,028 

108,436 

1,570,652 

67,754 

627,865 



37,303 

79,291 

25,822! 

2,893; 

i 
51 



8,596 



4,081,792 5,003,298 



36,126 

2,448 

13.5,154 

23,415 

1,301 

101,191 

2C,811 
101,787 

18,768 



41,991 
194,080 
170,689, 

3,280 

540, 288 1 

52,4391 

1,352,6691 

38,6771 



711,152! 

37,584 



34,290 

143,623 

222,529 

2,098 

740,502 

62,011 
,764,074 

39,955 

912,041 
15,892 



6,791 



14,646 



28,806,799 33,046,329 



80,9161 76,166 



39.362 49,720 . 

116,207 4.5,846. 
1,443,771 1,338,515,. 

551,051 ; 581,170|. 
I 270 



7,770 
513,. 513 



11,161 
843,625 



I 



1899. 



770,458 



432,323 
6,885,762 
234,968 
133,868 
393,263 
335,065 

55,182 

4,210 

104,007 

22,258 
786 
84,305 
12,372 
160,861 
64,299 



34,833 

204,186 

221,663 

6,936 

557,592 

61,061 

1,356,654 

38,815 

842,086 
31,550 



9,561 



1900. 



564,869 
7,858 
532,106 
9,618,526 
235,664 
164,750 
385,066 
533,428 

48,872 

4.130 

93,346 

24,893 

18,926 
221,906 

20,673 
192,159 

59,198 



18 



43,778 

229,551 

205,131 

5,832 

405,608 23 

65,601:24 

1,254,457 25 

52,084 26 

! 

902,772 27 
42,567 28 



11,160 



29 

^30 
31 

32 

33 

34 



29,363,087130,880,630 32,998,171 
41,656' 37,255 61,790 



152 TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

, 64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Valuta of imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 




1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 

2 
3 
4 


Wool and manufactures of— Con. 

Felt cloth, N.E.S yds. 

Horse collar cloth 


56,469 


S 
40,215 


$ cts. 
13,573 22 


33,973 


27,255 


§ cts. 
9,325 84 


Flannels . . yds. 

Flannel shirtings imported for 
the si^ecial purpose of being 
manufactured into and ex- 
clusively used in the manu- 
facture of shirts, collars, 
cuffs, shirt waists and 
blouses, and to be cut into 
shape for such or any of such 
purposes in bond n 

Knitted goods, incluciing knit- 
ted underwear, N.E.S 


489,119 


66,032 


18,336 99 


444,356 
17,100 


74,204 

5,.315 

125,437 
72,640 

4,408 
10,549 

619,929 
2,545 

364 

2.56,6.34 
117,326 

25,459 


22,161 40 

1,395 25 
38.795 70 


5 




212,125 
78,709 

1,324 
113 

648,442 
2,766 

220 

174,6.35 
119,075 

19,751 

6 
1,33,5,096 

148,194 
3,406,318 

1,020,231 


65,456 23 
18,737 66 

403 49 
29 66 

177,723 83 


6 

7 

8 
9 

10 
11 


Shawls 

Bed comforters and counter- 
panes No. 

Blouses and shirt waists 


1,015 


2,812 

423,544 
2,382 

505 

543,534 
310,869 

60,695 


17,833 67 

1.289 61 
2,984 11 

169,458 88 


Socks and stockings of wool, 
worsted, the hair of the alpaca 
goat, &c., &c. . . doz. prs. 

Mohair yarn lbs. 


388,036 
3,080 

447 

375,620 
310,712 

55,527 

6 
9,413,739 


Yarn, spun from the hair of the 
alpaca or angora goat, when 
imported by manufacturers 
of braid for use exclusively 
in their factories in the manu- 
facture of such braids only . . ., 

Yarns costing 30c. per lb. and 
over, imported on the cop 
tube, or in the hank by manu- 
facturers of woollen goods, 
for use in their products ... n 

Yarns, N.E.S ., 

Yarns made of wool or worsted, 
the same being genapped, 
dyed and finished, imported 
bj' manufacturers of braids, 
cords, tassels and fringes. . . n 

Wool, class one, viz. :— 
LiMcester, colts wold, Lincoln- 
shire, South Down combing 
wools, or wools known as 
lustre wools, and other like 
combing wools such as are 
grown in Canada n 

Wool, not further prepared 
than washed, N.E.S 

Noils, being the short wool 
which falls from the combs 
in worsted factories 

All fabrics, composed wholly or 
in part of wool, worsted, &c 

Clothing,ready-made and wear- 
ing apparel of every descrip- 
tion composed wholly or in 
part of wool, worsted. &c 






12 

13 
14 


28,442 63 
28,695 90 


41,909 71 
29,909 44 


15 


14 

971,037 54 
313,052 45 




16 
17 


8,054,699 


1,574,834 

151,510 
3,326,110 

997,574 




18 
19 


985,311 24 
317,987 83 











i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



153 



Imports. 



Vah 



Exports. 



189C. 1897. 



1898. 



29,426 
70,355 



239,790 
71,102 



503,557 
2,399 



944 



$ I S 

31,5621 38,783 

2,159i 

58,427: 57,402 



161,203 

58,466 



1899. 



1900. 



40,215 27,292 



64,810 



415,081 

2,848 



1,035 



161,198 143,588 



15,008 



346 



17,533 



161,042 
57,114 

2,347 

598 



488,664 
4,444 



73 



104,900 



210,763 

77,448 

1,324 
• 113 



(548,157 
2,766 



220 



169,810 



r9,019 



5,315 



125,329 
73,174 

4,408 
10,651 



635,239 
2,545 



1896. 



364! 



82,353 119,314 



1,215,580 



31,945 



878,339 



30,790 



3,183,124! 2,537,690 



835,786 810,121 



25,869 



19 



19,751 



257,654 
121,289 



25,459 



1,885,489 

103,216 
3,024,634 

896,855 



189< 



Value. 



1898. 



1899. 



l,335,096i 1,574,8341 832,797; 1,444,4451 201,481 



148,194 151,5101 



3,377,094 



1,025,090 



3,. 359, 856 1 



994,295| 



1900. 



14,601 



8 



10 



420,776 



11 



12 
13 



14 



15 
16 

|I7 

I 

19 



154 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. li. — Itemized Statement shoA'ing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 




1900. 




Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity. 


Value. 


Duty. 








a 


§ cts. 




% 


S cts. 




Wool and manufactures of— Con. 












1 


Women's and children's dress 
goods, coat linings, Jtalian 
cloths, alpacas, Orleans, cash- 
meres, henriettas, serges, 
buntings, nun's cloth, ben- 
galines, whip cords, twills 
plain or jacquards of similar 
fabrics, com})Osed wholly or 
in part<;f wool, worsted, the 
hair of the camel, alpaca, goat 
or like animal, not exceeding 
in weight six oz. to the square 
yard, when imported in the 
gray or unfinished state for 






■ 


. 






















the purpose of being dyed or 




• 












finished in Canada under 
















such regulations as are estab- 
















lished by the Governor in 






• 








. 


Council sq. yds. 


204,166 


50,139 


10,336 19 


369,734 


81.973 


17,723 50 


2 


Shirts doz. 


8,960 


34,297 


10,689 29 


6,150 


30,903 


9,293 02 


:^ 


Hosiery, N.E.S 




20,662 


5,714 54 




31,047 


8,938 67 


4 


Horse clothing, shaped, N.O.P 















5 


Under shirt aiid drawers 




72 605 


22 563 15 




84,669 


26,294 61 




Carpets :— 










6 


Brussels , yds. 


675,292 


422,220 


112,497 76 


818,500 


496,751 


132,042 50 


7 


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Dutch „ 








710 
1,010 


480 
299 


127 93 


8 


1,562 


546 


143 32 


78 49 


9 


Tapestry „ 


1,469,114 


477,139 


127,451 88 


1,384,242 


461,044 


122,533 56 


10 


Venetian „ 


180 


361 


94 77 


1,044 


396 i 103 95 


11 


Druggets „ 

Felt, printed „ 








47 


22 7 70 


12 


1,276 


594 


171 10 


475 


184 


64 40 


13 


Smyrna carpets m 


168 


164 


57 05 


72 


63 


21 61 


14 


Turkish and imitation Turk- 
















ish M 


11,832 


8,941 


2,751 80 


13,000 


8,790 


2,706 73 


15 


Carpets, two-ply and three- 
ply, treble ingrain, com- 






♦^ 










posed wholly of wool H 


53,181 


19,362 


5,536 87 


29,725 


14,624 


4,104 13 


16 


Carpets, two-ply and three- 
ply, ingrain, of which the 
warji is comiX)sed wholly of 
cotton or other material 
















than wool, worsted, &c.. . . m 


3,852 


2,461 


743 13 


15,136 


7,715 


2,085 60 


17 


Felt, pressed, of all kinds, not 
filled or covered by or with 
















any woven fabric lbs. 


560,632 


225,772 


39,823 69 


429,479 


171,620 


32,889 00 


18 


Winceys of all kinds, N.O.P 

Slioddy lbs. 

Total wool and manufactures.. . . 

Yeast cakes lbs. 














19 


6,111 


717 


143 40 


78,842 


9,414 


1,589 90 






11,309,230 2,698,580 04 




11,556,277 


2,745,814 50 


9f\ 


2,119 


304 


125 69 


3,422 


445 


205 32 


21 


Yeast, compressed, in packages 
weighing one pound or over, 
















but not over 50 pounds .. 


1,546 


210 


92 76 


801 


196 


48 DC 


22 


Yeast, compressed, in bulk or 
















mass of not less than 50 pounds .. 
Total yeast .. 


308,237 


75,288 


9,247 11 


204,098 


50,299 


6,122 92 




311,902 


75,802 


9,465 56 


208,321 


50,940 


6,376 30 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



155 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 



1896. ! 1897, 



58,798 

9,258 

786 

239 



323,958 

592 

2.317 

392,781 

949 

1 

73 

3,365 



37,898 



125,088 

291 

3,326 

9,989,437 

355 

406 



1898. 1899. ! 1900. 1896. 



42,108 

10,319 

126 

141 



234,911 

1,561 

1,280 

333,125 

656 

517 



3,254 



73,754 
14,235 
21,320 



48,088 
34,195 
20,662 



39,812 

288,315 
699! 
221 1 

403,559 
550 



88,049 . 

30,946 

31,449 



251 
8,564 



71,614 

414,6881 

5461 

468,916 
3411 



24,203 14,142 



37,765 18,388i 

I I 



2,769 



128,054 183,323 
687 

1,419 



874 



,025,454 10,135,019 



798 



14 



8,603! 80,130 



594 

164 

9,321 



18,726 

2,308 

178,083 
7i7 



84,592 

493,7891 

480 

299| 

465,6481 

396 1 

22 

184 

63 

8,4101 



14,6241 

7,715' 

I 

173, 399 1 
'"*9,4i4 



150 

330 
75,581 



79,364 j 80,942j 76,061 



11,180,80811,728,019 



304 



445 



1897. I 1898. ! 1899. 



S i 8 
i 



1900. 



913,713 



1,520,611 



210 196: 
75,328 50,299; 
75,842 50, 940 1 



243,13; 



51,856 



15 



;16 



..il7 

.-118 
. Id 



482,566! 



156 TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the V^alues of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 


1900. 




Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value, 


Duty. 


1 


1 
Miscellaneous Articles. 

Anatomical preparations and 
skeletons or parts thereof 

Apparel, wearing, and other per- 
sonal and household effects (not 
merchandise)of British subjects 
dying abroad, but domiciled in 
Canada 




1,052 

29,511 

49,091 
55,553 

4,152 

859,365 
389,094 


$ cts. 




1,065 

28,275 

154,661 
16,020 

42,076 
712,807 
597,851 


^ cts. 


2 




3 


Articles ex-warehoused for Excise 
purposes to be nianuf,, in bond, 
N.E.S 

Articles for the use of the Gov- 
ernor General .... 










4 








5 

6 


Articles for the personal use of 
Consuls General who are natives 
or citizens of the country they 
represent, and not engaged in 
any other business or profession 

Articles importe 1 by, and for the 
use of the Dominion Govern- 
ment, or any of the depart- 
ments ther3of. or by and for 
the Senate and House of Com- 
mons, &;c 

Articles for the use of the Army 
and Navy, viz. : — 
Arms, military and naval cloth- 
ing, musical instruments for 
bands, military stores and 













7 




s 


Articles for A A Telegraph Co 




9 


Articles for use in the fisheries, 
viz. :— 
Hooks, fish hooks, not to in- 
clude sporting fishing tackle 
or hooks with flies or trolling 
spoons 




39,082 

496,946 
114,096 

141 
7,553 







19,079 

.590,805 
107,409 

947 

3,933 

59 

17,223 

443 




10 


Nets and seines and fishing lines 
and twines, not including 
threads or twines commonly 
used for sewing or manufac- 
turing purposes .... 










11 


Articles ex-warehoused for ships' 
stores. 






12 
1.S 


Bird skins and skins of animals 
not native to Canada for taxi- 
dermic purposes. Not further 
manufactured than prepared 
for preservation 

Blast furnace slag 











14 

15 


Botanical specimens 

Cabinets of coins, collections of 

medals, and other antiquities 

Casts as models for the use of 

schools of designs 





389 

28,564 

426 









16 














1 







i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



157 



i 

Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1,141 


949 
3,642 


1,380 
10,222 


1,052 
29,511 


$ 
1,065 

28,275 





$ 


6 


S 


S 


9,474 














10,692 
43,343 

314 767 


13,272 
1,443 

234,811 

1,693,511 

11,316 
529,310 


7,695 

4,170 

• 

354,367 

635.482 


17,771 
: 465,907 


55,553 
3,952 

856,451 

387,930 

39,082 
496,946 


16,020 
41,467 

712,133 

597,643 

19,079 
590,805 







■ 








473,756 

27 

12,361 
512 780 








1 














53 

115 

36 


4 

4,500 

7 

13,173 
1,460 


250 

17,658 

1,731 

13,791 

1,167 


141 

7,553 

389 

28,564 

426 


947 

3,933 

59 

17,223 

443 










19,746 








i 

1 

























158 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 



10 



13 



ARTICLES. 



Miscellaneous Articles— Con. 

Clothing, donations of, for chari- 
table purposes . . . . . 

Damaged goods, under sections 
49 to 53 of Revised Statutes, 
chap. 32 

Entomological specimens 

Fossils 

Glass windows (O.C.) . 

Goods, the growth, produce or 
manuf . of Canada, N.E.S., ex- 
ported and returned 

Hemp paper, made on four-cylin- 
der machines and calendered 
to between " 000 and ' 008 inch 
thickness, for the manufacture 
of shot shells and primers for 
shot shells and cartridges ; and 
felt board sized and hydraulic 
pressed and covered with paper 
or uncovered, for the manufac- 
ture of gun wads : when such 
articles are imported by the 
manufacturers of shot shells, to 
be used for these purposes only 
in their own factories 

Photographs not exceeding three 
sent by trieilds and not for 
purpose of sale 

Models of inventions and of other 
improvements in the art, but 
no article or articles shall be 
deemed a model which can bo 
fitted or used . . . . 

Pictorial illustrations of insects, 
&c., when imported by and for 
the use of colleges and schools, 
scientific and literary societies. . 

Settlers' effects 

Specimens, models and wall dia- 
grams for illustration of natu- 
ral history for universities and 
public museums 

Typewriters tablets with movable 
figures, and musical instru- 
ments imported by and for use 
of schools for the blind 

Other nsiscellaneous articles ... 

Additional duties, post entries, 
&c 

Duties collected, no details stated, 
in Yukon District 



Total miscellaneous 



Entp:kel> for Home Consumption. 



1899. 



Quantity, j Value. | Duty. Quantity. | Value, 



1900. 



.$ cts. 



16,855 



11,239J 2,335 75 

64' 

27 



111,071 



Duty. 



.$ cts. 



20,403 



150,044 23,324 69 

20 

240 



195,45' 



12,384! .... 

I 
820 ... 



4,591 



89 
2,805,956 



427 



491 
4,0.53 



5,043,089 



71,005 06 
38,384 69 



111,726 10 



6,057 
5,050 

8,320 



1,031 
3,065,410 



609 



35 
11,006 



53,760 91 



5,756,995 



77,085 60 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



159 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


189G. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 1897. 1898. 1899. 


1900. 


10,313 


10,876 

1* 

7,441 
751 
500 


36,384 

6,970 

114 

69 


16,855 

24,875 
64 

27 


8 

20,403 

147,097 

20 

240 


S 


S 


$ 


s 


$ 


6,984 












27 





















1,096 
125,573 

4,291 






89,500 
3,399 


94,718 

630 
132 

10,042 


111,078 

12,384 
820 

4,591 

80 
2,805,956 

427 

491 
23,592 


195,457 

6,057 
5,060 

8,320 

1,031 
3,065,410 

609 

35 
31,937 




6,110 


5,082 

261 
2,233,730 

62 

61,594 










134 










2,188,975 


2,828,675 
3,862 

744 

15,175 


1,301,917 


1,008,794 


993,454 


1,051,944 


1,165,893 


21 

1,081 


'393,416 


131^499 


1581654 


184; i42 


229;623 












1 



























3,743,085 


4,920,594 


4,-529,106 


4,908,799 


5,510,758 


1,695,333 


1,140,293 


1,151,508 


1,236,086 


1,395,516 



12 




160 TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 11. — Itemized Statement showing the Values of Imports 





ARTICLES. 


Entered for Home Consumption. 




1899. 


1900. 




Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


Quantity . 


Value. 


Duty. 


1 


Estimated amount short returned 
at Inland ports, and exported 
to the United States 




$ 


$ cts. 




$ 


$ cts. 




Total merchandise only 














149,346,459 
4,705,134 


25,734.228 75 ' 172.506.878 


28,889.110 13 


9, 








8,297,438 






Grand totals 










1 154,051,593 


25.7:54,228 75 ! 180,804,316 


28,889.110 13 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
into and Exports from Canada, &c. — Concluded. 



161 



Imports. 


Exports. 


Value. 


Value. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898.* 


1899. 


1900. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


% 


$ 





S 


3,329,053 


3,947,130 


4,627,730 


4,559,530 


5,461,511 

183,237,555 
8,657,168 




114,542,415 
4,676,194 








112,785,189 
5,226,319 


135.932,209 
4,390,844 


158,059,174 
4,705,134 


181 .325,075; 116,314,543 134, 457, 703 159,529, 545 
8,297,438' 4,699,309 3,492,550; 4,623,138 


154,880,880 
4,016,025 


118.011,508 


119,218,609 


140,323.053 


162,764,308 


189,622,513^ 121,013,852 137,950,253,164,152,683 


158,896,905 


1191,894,723 



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No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal .Vrticles of Mer- 

inclusive. (From 



Principal Articles. 


Quantities and Values. 


1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


1889. ' 1890. 


1891. 


Ale, beer and porter | ^|"^- 


1,868,049 
180,293 


335,268 
180,226 


324,955 

188,457 

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322,735 

187,997 


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376,656 
215,531 


434,448 
241,530 


Animals, living: — 
Cattle { ^^°- 

Horses | ^^°- 

Sheep { ^|- 

Another ; ... $ 


4,909 
301,532 

3,373 

488,275 

33,327 
75,342 

540,292 


1 

16,182i 1,059 
509,3751 95,691 

3,126! 3,914 
541,969j 668,196 

39,165 32,785 
94,694! 77,043 
1 
529,113 294,081 


1,064 
71,490 

.5,070 
636,594 

45,033 
111,468 

308,847 


.3,2011 1,022 
99,070| 49,893 

2,6881 3,628 
510,4351 . 548,376 

49,754 45.067 
131,037 123,784 

421,321 305,350 


Totals $ 


1,405,441 


l,675,15li 1,135,011 

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1,128,399 


1,161,863 


1,027,403 


Asphaltum or asphalt - ^ ' 


1,204 
3,093 


9,247 
11,791 

348,365 
98,374 


1 3,428 
6,802 

318,578 
90,411 


15,812 
23,396 

320,434 
90,813 


62,148 
68,454 

328,940 
94,704 


58,437 
50,728 

384,761 
110,550 


Baking powder | ^ * 


121,966 


Books, pamphlets, &c. :— 

Books, printed, periodicals f Lbs, 














and pamphlets, N.E.S . . . . t $ 
Bibles, prayer books, psalm and 

hymn books .$ 

Books, not printed in Canada, 
for use of colleges, &c., free 
libraries, college libraries, 
&c., and law societies, not 
more than two copies of each ; 
also books in print more than 
12 years S 


595,016 
141,971 


669,077 
164,529 


685,121 
159,249 


736,024 
165,627 


779^54 
175,100 

11,986 
72,202 

383,417 
138,696 

224,264 


692,932 
181,892 

49,160 
56,517 

367,957 
125,355 

229,838 


Newspapers, and quarterly, 
i^, . monthly, and semi-monthly 
!n~! magazines and weekly liter- 
[_ ary papers, unbound ..... $ 
Pamphlets, advertising pic- 
tures, pictorial show cards, 
illustratedadvertising period- 
icals, price lists and advertis- 
ing calendars, &c f Lbs. 

\ $ 

All other $ 


90,416 

73,904 
24,460 

440,560 


91,672 

139,027 
40,390 

467,377 


74,034 

343,981 
143,009 

240,234 


78,799 

366,618 
157,603 

204,398 




Totals $ 


1,292,423 


1,433,045 


1,301,647 


1,342,451 


1,401,402 


1,335,694 


Breadstuff s, &c., viz. :— 

Rice {^f 

II uncleaned, unhulled or/ Lbs. 
paddy (. $ 

All other $ 


6,807,376 
145,637 

11,512,098 
105,614 

91,130 


7,412,027 

168,184 

14,747,211 
149,437 

93,026 


3,281,189 
68,581 

16,715,344 
165,472 

108,215 


3,596,797 
73,662 

9,951,897 
193,051 

115,896 


2,574,929 
50,503 

21,238,137 
199,984 

126.322 


3,646,217 
79,446 

14,183,762 
174,517 

157,885 


Totals $ 


342,381 


410,647 


342,2(>8 


382,609 


376,809| 


411,848 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

cliandise Imported into Canada during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1«86 to 1900, 
Canadian Returns.) 



Quantities axd Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


494,065 
255,362 


339,084 
182,522 


308,071 
159,205 


243,346 
123,289 


269,184 
123,660 


314,209 
13 i, 897 


360,374 
166,436 


340,387 
168,291 


399,257 
223,571 


2,320 
59,599 


1,851 
48,352 


447 
16,048 


2^476 
40,151 


515 
11,789 


4,300 
58,926 


1,480 
60,635 


2,264 
111,158 


3,654 
171,652 


2,899 
603,970 


2,357 
411,550 


2,275 
435,785 


2,232 
363,551 


3,694 
562,109 


5,423 
404,465 


14,642 
706,361 


15,997 
700,990 


13,072 
747,125 


55,130 
179,396 


41,258 
158,781 


47,409 
116,574 


42,921 

65,258 


47,736 
80,437 


47,615 
87,284 


45,423 
94,670 


39,599 
96,213 


46,884 
133,202 


236,121 


66,380 


35,395 


43,789 


141,113 


78,902 


101,028 


116,261 


108,172 


1,079,086 


685,063 


603,802 


512,749 


795,448 


629,577 


962,694 


1,024,622 


1,160,151 


244,706 
152,136 


68,342 
36,308 


181,112 
111,441 


61,487 
41,817 


84,694 
33,875 


7,493 
9,012 


132,405 
55,164 


180,685 
95,800 


62,282 
68,748 


356,480 
103,901 


358,021 
103,768 


341,081 
98,051 


306,973 
86,941 


315,680 
84,606 


286,438 
78,346 


377,303 
103,622 


348,709 
96,202 


392,703 
103,208 








1,488,940 
488,385 


1,615,599 
513,734 


1,629,348 
536,324 








692,995 


689,529 


621,445 


532,107 


681,493 


654,621 


169,630 


160,004 


144,081 


130,797 


126,932 


135,764 


231,754 


143,882 


143,786 


20,144 


24,276 


45,803 


95,997 


107,859 


113,933 


149,669 


165,343 


227,504 


60,241 


59,495 


74,119 


77,278 


105,527 


122,638 


137,470 


130,878 


135,861 


423,899 
144,022 


387,281 
117,958 


396,193 
117,643 


433,147 
114,005 


416,114 
104,719 


392,587 
101,633 


292,771 
71,593 


301,223 

67,828 


271,088 
66,712 


247,623 


254,916 


229,998 


195,063 


196,853 


189,867 


242,828 


256,948 


339,444 


1,334,655 


1,306,178 


1,233,089 


1,101,525 


1,155,624 


1,200,159 


1,365,421 


1,446,372 


1,567,928 


3,035,916 
68,834 


3,592,303 

72,986 


6,238,388 
106,882 


5,605,779 
93,300 


7,352,966 
126,044 


8,057,289 
146,014 


12,798,684 
268,751 


10,591,950 
232,642 


11,001,739 
226,896 


19,533,680 
237,408 


22,089,124 
275,946 


13,996,983 
136,761 


14,572,729 
128,692 


13,301,218 
108,477 


2,812,971 
34,552 


8,615,978 
90,620 


17,287,812 
183,115 


15,372,009 
187,947 


117,101 


123,365 


124,034 


140,176 


148,826 


141,953 


185,798 


232,266 


297,061 


423,343 


472,297 


367,677 


362,168 


383,347 


322,519 




545,169 


648,023 


711,904 



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No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 











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Principal Articles, 






















1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


Breadstiiffs— Con. 


















Grain, viz. :— 

Indian corn . 


f Bush. 


4,528,878 
2,242,348 


5,304,639 

2,478,607 


3,491,916 
1,927,722 


7,349,729 
3,478,969 


9,959,815 
4,194,320 


6,253,565 
3,308,786 


Oats 


fBush. 


220,001 
73,351 


42,669 
14,098, 


46,923 
15,975 


429,748 
125,320 


960,252 
250,162 


134,401 
48,148 


Wheat.... . . 


fBush. 


2,373,230 
2,229,792 


3,550,844 
3,152,478 


5,321,717 
4,668,582 


1,724,985 
1,677,178 


2.844,955 
2,582,709 


2,571,493 
2,643,879 


All other 






20,640 


21,595 


93,775 


91,071 


104,097 


107,397 








Totals, grain 


4,566,131 


5,666,778 


6,706,054 


5,372,538 


7,131,288 


6,108,210 


Grain products, viz. :— 
Bran, mill feed, &c 


41,376 


35,885 


26,980 


41,114 


124,401 


97,427 


Indian or corn meal 


r Brls. 


125,107 
300,900 


137,493 
313,943 


134,107 
343,605 


154,352 
369,513 


189,198 
381,506 


125,760 
324,642 


Wheat flour 


( Brls. 


215,391 
844,290 


174,353 
657,194 


65,187 
254,097 


279,371 
1,093,718 


185,458 
672,715 


65,884 




269,508 


All other 


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$ 
$ 

$ 
$ 

s 

Lbs. 

$ 


32,653 


46,659 


54,214 


60,035 


63,774 


58,665 






Totals, grain product 


1,219,219 


1,053,681 


678,896 


1,564,380 


1,242,396 


750,242 


Totals, breadstuflfs... 


6,127,731 


7,131,106 


7,727,218 


7,319,527 


8,750,493 


7,270,300 


Bricks, clays and tiles :— 

Fire bricks 

All other ., 


55,634 
114,030 


63,008 
132,890 


86,911 
180,689 


98,465 
167,168 


96,537 
156,505 


116,390 
163,523 


Totals 


169,664 


195,898 


267,600 


265,633 


253,042 


279,913 




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Bristlefe 


66,967 
63,957 


88,614 
72,731 


85,319 
74,549 


70,383 
62,297 


75,538 
70,876 


79,415 
64,386 






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122,487 


133,392 


125,609 


94,560 


97,527 


109,042 


Brooms and brushes 




No. 


94,584 


119,231 


103,050 


92,969 


100,595 


112,151 








Carriages, viz. :— 

Buggies, farm wagons, cart 
and pleasure carts or rigs, & 


675 
37,971 


1,253 
53,006 


517 
30,002 


598 
38,356 


517 
28,600 


714 
42,274 


Railway passenger cars 


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189',6i5 


57 
139,836 


50 
70,698 


48 
220,059 


76 
106,048 


45 
153,193 




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563 
22,563 


426 
16,501 


1,119 
45,523 


1,565 


Bicycles, tricycles, &c 






62,955 


All other 




Brls. 


168,686 


160,582 


88,445 


125,802 


131,715 


80,972 




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Totals 


395,672 


353,424 


211,708 


400,718 


311,886 


339,394 


Cement, viz. :— 
Portland or Roman 




119,194 


102,266 
147,184 


123,586 
178,315 


126,974 
186,672 


200,174 
324,476 


183,668 
306,582 


All other 




$ 
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9,219 


8,962 


13,640 


19,119 


13,593 


9,119 








Totals 


128,413 


156,146 


191,955 


205,791 


338,069 


315,701 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

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177 



Quantities and Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


3,700,308 


5,100,901 


11,782,716 


2,937,400 


6,050,860 


9,190,310 


19,975,701 


24,152,980 


18,110,183 


2,188,833 


2,619,607 


5,547,179 


1,495,060 


2,472,963 


3,221,273 


7,027,576 


9,245,038 


7,163,485 


201,973 


30,990 


817,718 


223,577 


472,728 


1,090,860 


1,224,115 


8.37,367 


1,315,630 


70,624 


13,002 


245,699 


69,277 


123,346 


280,326 


338,372 


292,060 


422,977 


5,049,561 


4,156,252 


4,761,724 


3,848,517 


4,060,429 


5,845,139 


4,414,307 


8,111,327 


5,947,489 


5,202,469 


3,423,777 


3,252,117 


2,418,728 


2,701,586 


4,191,944 


4,204,760 


7,020,521 


4,542,170 


2,072,989 


295,225 


210,643 


154,465 


183,290 


995,432 


460,356 


.356,822 


337,268 


9,534,915 


6,351,611 


9,255,638 


4,137,530 


5,481,185 


8,688,975 


12,031,064 


16.914,441 


12,165,900 


44,871 


29,615 


76,063 


90,280 


64,707 


43,864 


67,331 


64,318 


74,266 


74,552 


65,347 


69,424 


25,746 


61,673 


21,670 


83,960 


49,924 


40,388 


204,738 


158,452 


149,240 


63,338 


117,165 


33,716 


146,654 


82,275 


76,413 


54,911 


53,039 


88,115 


148,773 


99,840 


84,825 


40,741 


69,428 


55,569 


239,992 


180,845 


250,661 


395,218 


298,889 


269,993 


168,255 


233,534 


181,899 


54,016 


67,183 


66,080 


47,994 


72,474 


66,778 


102,482 


111,965 


99,683 


543,617 


436,095 


542,044 


596,830 


553,235 


414,351 


484,722 


492,092 


432,261 


10,501,875 


7,260,003 


10,165,359 


5,096,528 


6,417,767 


9,425,845 


13,060,955 


18,054,556 


13,610,005 


115,992 


125,900 


84,842 


79,979 


129,024 


100,025 


115,683 


165,482 


:^3,814 


156,558 


136,693 


124,652 


108,131 


132,004 


124,048 


125,124 


172,629 


238,279 


272,550 


262,593 


209,494 


188,110 


261,028 


224,073 


240,807 


338,111 


622,093 


98,545 


84,350 


66,588 


82,472 


82,099 


79,770 


85,808 


106,725 


107,387 


71,895 


66,428 


55,406 


63,046 


57,539 


53,547 


59,295 


74,140 


84,105 


115,479 


144,987 


121,297 


118,744 


109,969 


81,373 


106,330 


108,251 


134,384 


109,069 


110,724 


106,052 


85,820 


93,205 


• 105,506 


140,660 


159,547 


191,004 


477 


472 


469 


858 


1,645 


1,546 


2,875 


3,255 


2,606 


28,060 


25,380 


20,408 


45,484 


81,076 


68,220 


130,899 


158,948 


127,969 


113 


113 


15 


23 


81 


61 


22 




23 


190,729 


64,437 


9,202 


13,949 


55,398 


19,959 


10,068 


74,812 


28,516 






7,775 


9,309 


37,513 


24,558 


27.308 


26,744 


14,541 


193,566 


21(3,440 


345,483 


404,953 


744,687 


795,705 


605,%3 


497,161 


234,384 


92,874 


121,359 


140,795 


228,919 


529,312 


746,526 


569,714 


652,045 


1,023,068 


505,229 


427,616 


515,888 


693,305 


1,410,473 


1,630,410 


1,316,644 


1,382,966 


1,413,937 


185,459 


225,534 


228,336 


199,852 


205,186 


217,798 


^^1,153,640 


^1,434,844 


*1,312,170 


277,047 


310,078 


286,341 


248,734 


240,388 


258,913 


369,720 


471,951 


501,521 


6,206 


10,969 


3,630 


9,113 


12,494 


8,286 


11,713 


12,420 


19,072 


283,253 


321,047 


289,971 


257,847 


252,882 


267,199 


381,433 

1 


484,371 


520,593 



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Ko. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Clocks, and parts of $ 

Coal and coke, viz. : — 

Anthracite -! © * 

Bituminous . j g 

/-. 1 /Tons, 

Coke I ^ 

All other § 

Totals S 

Cocoa, chocolate, and prepara-/ Lbs. 

tions of \ $ 

Coffee and imitations of — 

/-, rr r Lbs. 

Coffee, green -'. © 

All other $ 

Totals S 

Cordage, twine and m'fs of : — 
Twine for harvest binders of/ Lbs. 
jute, &c I § 

All other $ 

Totals $ 

Cotton and m'fs of : — 

Bleached and unbleached, sheet- 
ings, drills, ducks, &c., not 
stained, painted or printed /Sq. yds 

y $ 

Printed or dyed cotton fabrics/ Yds. 
N.E.S I $ 

Handkerchiefs $ 

Sewing thread on spools § 

Uncoloured cotton fabrics, viz : — 
Scrims and window scrims, 
cambric cloths, muslin 
apron checks, brilliants, 
cords, piques, &c., Swiss ja- 
conet and cambric muslins, 

&c r Yds. 

I $ 

Velveteens, cotton velvet and/ Yds. 
cx)tton plush t S 

^^"^^ I $ 

Cotton waste - ^' 

* Yards. 



Quantities and Values. 



1886. 1887. 1888. 1889. 1890, 



125,871 



1,019,898 
4,096,035 

996,696 

2,727,468 

12,800 
43,8.35 

41,627 



6,908,965 



455,040 

86,870 



3,844,861 
385,720 

24,514 



410,234 



189,227 



135,906 



1,024,154 
4,128,753 

1,220,059 
3,267,794 

14,268 

52,897 



128,903 



2,137,304 
5,290,412 

1,325,163 
.3,644,110 

25,203 
101,014 



36,418j 39,461 



130,856 



1,291,705 
5,199,481 

1,311,275 

3,388,816 

29,770 
92,441 

54,324 



7,485,862 



444,949 
76,611 



1.826,322 
274,668 

23,249 



297,917 



143,004 



1 

189,227 143,004 



1,541,888 
170,756 

28,839,720 



1,634,190 
174,873 

33,866,578 



1.913,841 2,264,199 



5,881 
415,129 



1,119,611 
334,841 

85,233 
21,199 

1,777,533 
114,801 



115,210 
465,810 



768,745 
217,020 

66,466 
18,041 

2,256,186 
147,547 



9,074,997 8,735,062 



444,124 
81,564 



515,673 
91,498 



2,766,692 3,037,437 
499,998 518,828 



21,186; 



24,848 



521,184 543,676 



147,190 129,013 



147,190 129,013 



1891. 



123,324 



1,201,335 
4,595,727 

1,530,020 
3,819,673 

36,609 
134,164 



107,462 



1,399,067 
5,224,452 

1,664,086 

4,209,882 

38,445 
177,340 



51,987 38,492 



^,601,551 9,650,166 



671,012 
120,207 



3,033,985 
591,224 

30,745 



621,969 



29,718 
5,159 

121,296 



726,870 
136,067 



3,227,621 
672,327 

26,190 



698,517 



126,455 



1,609,334! 1,352,959 
165,628! 153,846 



1,204,910 
139,845 



23,148,164 24,509,704: 24,133,221 



1,554,444 
112,997 
339,129 



1,659,001 
109,883 
309,53 



,533,367 
135,369 

225,842 
54,616 

1,923,593 
112,421 



326,513 
75,121 

348,106 
74,090 



1,741,143 
101,001 
290,399 



123,185 
16,271 

326,332 
82,990 

244,937' 
53,864 



221,757 
26,911 

138,528 



165,439 



1,218,918 
164,467 

23,475,496 
1,663,416 

105,020 

303,036 



1,742,006 
174,948 

790,285 
178,917 

129,177 
36.456 



3,430,527 3,179.1721 3,860,632 
222,942 222,527 274,066 



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Quantities and Values, 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


123,854 


143,335| 


121,443 


110,402 


121,673 


118,047 


163,780 


186,398 


199,518 


1,479,106 
5,640,346 


1,500,550 
6,355,285 


1,530,522 
6,354,040 


1,404,342 
5,350,627 


1,574,355 
5,667,096 


1,457,295 
5,695,168 


1,460,701 
5,847,685 


1,745,460 
6,490,509 


1,654,401 
6,602,912 


1,693,832 
4,257,479 


1,730,971 
4,260,506 


1,391,901 
3,368,192 


1,596,668 
3,647,303 


1,701,172 
3,623,238 


1,698,159 
3,522,911 


1,942,000 
3,599,144 


2,172,047 
3,699,629 


2,908,253 
4,448,254 


43,178 
193,782 


42,129 
157,071 


41,199 
175,532 


43,235 
149,434 


61,612 
203,826 


83,330 
267,540 


135,060 
347,040 


141,284 
362,826 


187,878 
506,839 


41,526 


47,517 


48,543 


52,443 


55,031 


58,088 


46,092 


44,524 


98,444 


10,133,133 


10,820,379 


9,946,307 


9,199,807 


9,549,191 


9,543,707 


9,839,961 


10,597,488 


11,656,449 


815.319 
163,427 


942,299 
206,660 


1,013,974 
190,241 


1,006,511 

177,757 


1,049,433 
180,501 


1,222,940 
203,691 


1,240.118 
238,235 


1,583,669 
307,577 


2,012,816 
390,821 


3,212,050 
634,818 


3,471,301 
650,766 


3,114,698 
595,839 


3,256,677 
591,351 


3,320,982 
646,315 


4,505,301 

677,842 


4,720,781 
475,950 


5,185,602 
510,840 


4,913,233 
490,594 


27,428 


10,016 


29,822 


27,016 


37,563 


50,221 


59,162 


66,280 


81,909 


662,246 


660,782 


625,661 


621,367 


683,878 


728,063 


535,112 


577,120 


572,503 


2,333,172 
178,046 


1,444,901 
127,640 


1,216,785 
106,861 


2,107,324 
121,605 


3,023,896 
155,929 


3,394,475 
181,817 


8,679,823 
491,104 


10,629,286 
818,412 


8,017,688 
866,892 


127,709 


126,499 


124,888 


108,814 


105,103 


100,099 


107,174 


176,926 


147,256 


305,755 


254,139 


231,749 


230,419 


261,032 


281,916 


598,278 


995,338 


1,014,148 


1,184,335 
137,874 


1,473,976 
151,856 


1,530,853 
147,983 


*2,593,736 
229,458 


*3,163,260 
269,004 


*3, 209, 883 
281,618 


*4,654,819 
316,119 


*8.577,047 
553,572 


*9, 278, 833 
642,714 


i>5,524,712 
1,513,436 


23,531,088 
1,748,520 


21,830,474 
1,562,104 


28,971,572 
2,281,762 


32,144,774 

2,576,379 


27,102,139 
2,176,012 


31,304,955 
2,467,100 


35,510,093 
3,091,489 


34,825,977 
3,304,729 


112,540 


112,863 


102,969 


97,876 


115,540 


130,439 


104,123 


159,872 


144,881 


290,313 


328,255 


252,006 


324,834 


317,322 


318,908 


366,433 


282,864 


255,237 


2,100,614 
183,065 


1 

1 

I 2,851,091 

1 226,241 


2,382,473 
203,552 


2,598,126 
217,628 


2,163,431 

189,487 


1,306,984 
100,399 


1,566,233 
119,695 


1,896,537 
156,504 


1,903,325 
159,518 


866,223 
204,714 


! 890,168 
i 212,713 


1,131,218 
269,736 


740,360 

167,808 


994,436 
217,823 


1,020,284 
223,673 


1,009,705 
222,149 


1,000,400 
220,254 


949,949 
217,722 


269,223 
61,467 


944,361 
115,578 


526,183 
99,978 


650,325 
101,209 


1,248,170 
174,280 


851,593 
163,180 


796,852 
1 154,622 


1,294.614 
212,365 


941,134 
221,612 


4,247,085 
284,701 


4,900,756 
333,662 


4,734,182 
292,455 


11,598,454 
653,323 


5,947,634 
321,192 


2,448,405 
172,548 


4,496,633 

208,727 


4,263,270 
171,638 


5,570,526 
279,647 



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Quantities and Values. 



Principal Articles. 



Cotton and ni'fs of— Con. 
Cotton wool 


/ Lbs. 


All other 


.... -S 


Totals 


.s 


Curtains ■ . 


.§ 



Drugs, dyes, chemicals, viz. : — 
Aniline dyes, and coal tar dyes, 
in bulk or packages of not 
less than 1 lb., including 
alizarine and artificial ali- 
zarine , r Lbs. 

I ^ 



Cream of tartar in crystals. 



Extract of log wood, fustic/ 
and oak bark I 



Gums, opium, crude 



Liquorice, paste, in roll or f 
sticks • • - \ 

Proprietary medicines . 

Soda, nitrate of, soda ash, soda 
caustic in drums, bichromate 
of soda, sal soda, and silicate 
of soda, in crystals or in 

solution f 

\ 



Lbs. 
Lbs. 

Lbs. 

$ 

Lbs. 



All other. 



Lbs. 



Totals. 



Earthenware and chinaware : — 
White granite or iron stone- 
ware and C. C. or cream 
coloured ware 



China and porcelain ware . 

All other 

Totals 



Electric apparatus 

Embroideries, N.O.P. . 



1886. 



29,728,512 
2,893,858 

2,744,609 

8,614,915 



222,670 
120,171 

444,831 
122,308 

1,852,229 
66,761 

75,460 
249,054 

1,428,749 
119,656 

195,562 



19,992,353 
232,315 

1,247,222 



2,353,049 



318,785 
139,773 
138,062 



596,620 



72,748 
142,144 



1887 



1888. 



30,971,070 
2,933,877 

2,090,766 



1889. 



1890 



31,626,6831 35,793,067, 33,456,015 



3,110,522 
1,841,279 



3,612,574| 3,539,249 

I 
1,887,916, 1,670,804 



(,427,343 7,426,405! 



150,217 
90,201 

430,034 
117,210 

2,259,026 

78,017 



299,663 

1,445,078 
131,582 

219,070 



21,778,504 
266,823 

1,320,125 



,104,9051 7,858,093 
7,051 



2,522,691 



334,753 
180,434 
215,068 



166,955 

92, 528 1 

668,767! 

139,699! 

i 

1,606,3801 

65, 514 1 

I 

107,0181 

319,572 

1,161,614 
103,729 

207,186 



22,640,031 
283,560 

1,366,655 



2,578,343 



730,255 



112,224 
181,792 



285,382 
207,434 
247,236 



740,052 



181,814 
205,762 



151,240 
91,653 

705,462 
159,245 

1,646,887 
76,064 

69,636 
196,100 

1,317,216 
107,165 

208,360 



1891. 



35,643,056 
3,603,185 

1,466,157 



7,969,668 



209,521 



lf;8,897 
112,320 

356,107 

77,977 

1,855,558 
83,825 

129,581 
325,903 

1,146,466 
96,522 

205,749 



22,854,251 24,627,554 
272,039j 300,041 



1,388,663 



2,499,289 



285,941 
166,956 
231,933 



684,830 



252,225 
183,867 



1,452,341 



2,654,678 



225,591 
183,993 
280,718 



690,302 



280,608 
129,282 

473,047 
104,294 

2,358,902 
105,196 

156,841 
372,676 

1,012,752 

87,036 

185,004 



24,380,254 
354,135 

1,439,781 



2,777,404 



215,259 
173,178 
248,92.-) 
637,362 



384,913 
202,227 



481,526 
199.832 



Included with ' Fancy goods ' prior to 1890. 



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Quantities and Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


i 1900. 

! 


42,075,440 
3,389,232 


36,362,577 
3,201,452 


1 31,43:-.,347 
2,610,538 


45,325,832 
2,853,987 


33,479,3.58 
2,845,371 


39,365,733 
3,117,692 


58,20.3,660 

3,875,847 


51,809,661 
1 3,129,579 


54,912,849 
4,229,198 


1,630,902 


1,848,144 


1,544,089 


958,578 


1,048,032 


929,071 


1,291,469 


1,582,911 

I 9,561,048 

1 


2,048,102 


7,808,244 


8,279,284 


7,085,410 


7,886,463 


8,074,430 


7,613,1540 


9,126,284 


11,503,360 


270,795 


314,085 


290,086 


264,137 


286,071 


262,828 


313,2:% 


392,020 


442,074 


283,141 
148,178 


462,032 

218,089 


501,805 
197,121 


594,880 
212,983 


739,868 
286,019 


627,256 
249,917 


837,048 
292,477 


640,203 
179,659 


9.50,458 
300,946 


570,369 
119,599 


716,078 
124,410 


703,900 
103,134 


742,922 
97,770 


615,074 
113,250 


82?, 070 
147,934 


843,264 
138,461 


782,870 
116,632 


887,588 
134,852 


2,905,493 
129,609 


3,050,941 
131,567 


3,441,571 
153,819 


" " i45;570 


2,850,586 
146,273 


3,832,956 
151,422 


4,357,870 
193,154 


4,836,122 
176,747 


5,407,903 
208,017 


146,625 
384,705 


155,151 
430,366 


87,015 
210,993 


32,440 
84,186 


53,053 
138,867 


57,050 
148,400 


59,841 
162,853 


65,560 
194,488 


59,367 
196,076 


1,189,760 
102,105 


1,474,325 
140,787 


1,265,-531 
122,713 


1,278,734 
103,948 


1,969,599 
152,871 


1,102,960 
87,103 


1,286,667 
97,123 


1,805,552 
126,293 


1,489,416 
104,660 


227,244 


203,712 


193,545 


270,248 


244,335 


239,236 


301,549 


331,195 


345,658 


25,152,260 
387,242 


26,50.5,173 
397,669 


25,616,025 
337,193 


28,332,535 
335,208 


26,887,560 
31.5,710 


25,350,899 
299,791 


29,830,056 
357,328 


36,261,418 
346,063 


34,507,271 
403,427 


1,463,462 


1,574,028 


1,413,590 


1 511,248 


1,609,699 


1,614,132 


2,160,997 


2,457,445 


2,432,635 


2,962,144 


3,220,628 


2,732,108 


2,761,161 


3,007,024 


2,937,995 


3,703,942 


3,928,.522 


4,126,271 


265,079 


254,831 


231,601 


192,605 


185,180 


140,753 


197,450 


201,286 


199,257 


230,598! 

1 


203,879 


234,310 


143,504 


161,291 


192,586 


206,147 


261,214 


264,989 


265,212 


270,269 


239,136 


199,316 


221,922 


264,986 


323,860 


440,946 


502,008 


760,8891 


728,979 


705,047 


535,425 


568,393 


598,325 


727,457 


903,446 


966,254 


708,031 


704,531 


528,285 


389,365 


321,931 


461,007 


443,992 


554,890 


875,328 


154,753 


163,332 


199,949 




126,366 


144,596 


142,422 


38,937 


47,703 


55,254 



TRADE AND COM MERGE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 190T 
No. 13. — StatExMENT of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Fancy goods :— 

Braids, bracelets, cords, fringes, 
tassels, &c 



Flowers, artificial ... 

Feathers, ostrich and vulture, 
dressed and fancy 



Lace, lace collars, lace nets, &c. $ 

Toys and dolls, of all kinds ... $ 

All other $ 

Totals $ 

Fish and fish products, N.E.S. : — 
Cod,haddock,ling and pollock/ Cwt. 

— dry salted or smoked . . . \ $ 

Herring, pickled or salted. . . ^ ^^' 



Quantities and Values. 



1886. 



Galls. 

$ 



Oysters, shelled, in bulk \ 

Another $ 

Totals $ 



Flax, hemp, jute and manufac- 
tures of : — 

Carpeting, matting and mats of 
hemp $ 

Damask of linen or of cotton 
and linen bleached, un- 
bleached or coloured / Yds. 



Handkerchiefs . . 
Hemp, undressed 



/ Cwt. 

t $ 

Jute cloth as taken from the 
loom, neither pressed, mang- 
led, calendered, nor in any 
way finished / Yds. 



f Yds 
Linens, brown or bleached. . . \ ® " 

Linen ducks, canvas, diapers, 
huckabacks, or other manu- 
factures of flax $ 



1887. 



111,997 
*152,995 

182,911 

+708,684 

85,254 

161,457 



595,651 
*92,115 
190,221 
J846,791 
153,141 
196,701 



1,403,298 2,074,620 



27,870 
78,094 



41,261 
146,007 



1888. 



529,111 
*83,881 
152,150 
:637,804 
180,036 
219,870 



1,802,852 



1889. 



592,634 
*97,963 
149,210 
:629,359 
156,599 
266,648 



1,892,413 



Linen thread 



/ Lbs. 



14,649,6011 7,124,826 j 
204, 922 i 192,0741 



207,804 
222,629! 

293,3401 



r98,985 



86,236 



580,030 
139,053 

2,771 

101,097 
522,421 



234,775 
255,856 

296,938 

890,875 



95,461 



797,334 
188,841 

110,919 

89,973 
535,759 



1,961,872! 3,315,905 
68,8241 127,061 



1,354,8461 
126,823! 



912,665 
91,745 



486,436' 497,243 



Towels $ 

All other $ 

Totals $ 



351,628 
179,897 

144,911 

214,979 



1,972,351 



48,736 
159,354 

15,112,948 
222,723| 

! 

248,356' 
273,595 



56,239 
211,651 

16,977,254 
267,117 

234,502 

252,879 



305,486 265,056 



961,158 



319,956 
163,517 

189,064 

241,923 

2,241,533 



102,159 



750,979 

158,742 

105,512 

148,045 
1,044,925 



4,141,555 
177,920 

836,2:38 
87,393 



424,490 

263,542 
145,594 

186,904 

196,846 

2,630,485; 



996,703 



93,314 



899,013 
211,697 

108,066 

160,188 
1.214,088 



3,673,248 
283,205 

1,090,458 
99,322 



418,068 

332,623 
177,919 

207,664 



1890. 



557,312 
163,631 
48,591 
:672,611 
173,147 
247,856 



1,863,148 



49,563 
188,893 

11,515,005 
239,87 

230,315 
275,340 

257,867 



961,978 



1891. 



369,618 
191,440 
63,362 
541,722 
157,789 
190,339 
1,514,270 



126,773 
492,918 

9,130,798 
198,963 

184,428 
242,963 

294,788 



1,229,632 



77,282 



823,007 
224,695 

104,247 

97,004 

774,587 



3,674,180 
175,389 

684,805 
76,227 



426,345 

302,486 
171,337 

151,174 



204,334 300, .313 
3,017,677 2,481,596 



73,371 



848,930 
230,248 

111,958 

128,748 
864,597 



7,200,913 
330,081 

1,067,693 
94,259 



394,980 

295, 77& 
155,725 

166,474 

279,557 



2,701,250 



Includes 'Feathers, N.E.S.' + Includes 'Curtains.' 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



183 



Quantities and Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


471,390 


530,462 


509,082 


401,908 


302,701 


323,131 


375,959 


382,831 


404,388 


209,948 


200,276 


167,441 


147,408 


160.161 


187,877 


223,643 


194,136 


173,793 


43,497 


54,540 


80,375 


117,144 


200,929 


176,896 


222,618 


283,024 


291,200 


567,534 


597,587 


595,014 


545,684 


526,496 


533,163 


694,152 


621,967 


693,735 


169,674 


168,543 


143,772 


139,260 


140,952 


159,209 


184,506 


182,453 


199,305 


175,048 


172,228 


165,103 
1,660,787 


122,596 


138,011 


101,543 


112,641 


129,197 


132,930 


1,637,091 


1,723,636 


1,474,000 


1,469,25'> 


1,481,819 


1,813,519 


1,793,608 


1,895,351 


201,398 
588,039 


91,847 
338,372 


170,293 
702,364 


151,313 
510,699 


137,480 
458,548 


114,454 
340,682 


119,213 
332,509 


59,886 
194,091 


72,181 
272,120 


7,246,599 
143,811 


10,212,228 
147,792 


9,106,535 
102,529 


7,798,543 
94,491 


5,228,261 
47,600 


2,609,053 
21,406 


4,367,854 
50,009 


5,626,134 
74,656 


9,097,342 
119,918 


206,501 
237,584 


186,874 
223,853 


204,701 
205,164 


183,129 
186,921 


163,103 
171,054 


156,535 
156,170 


151,918 
151,434 


162,224 
169,599 


163,097 

178,732 


360,104 


370,136 


401,856 


319,734 


269,886 


382,734 


378,465 


493,730 


554,663 


1,329,538 


1,080,153 


1,411,913 


1,111,845 


947,088 


900,992 


912,417 


932,076 


1,125,433 


72,329 


90,835 


78,183 


84,596 


100,251 


90,458 


119,804 


153,219 


119,383 


1,083,743 


1,710,826 
314,598 


1,171,857 
226,388 














255,333 


225,528 


270,558 


251,108 


289,061 


368,322 


421,370 


122,419 


139,960 


119,916 


100,680 


110,643 


102,580 


112,623 


129,437 


144,961 


172,027 
877,989 


198,800 
1,150,134 


102,247 

482,289 


173,439 
622,396 


197,324 
745,730 


342,364 
531,372 


147,650 
572,853 


190,552 
941,029 


243,412 
944,277 


6,416,723 
300,971 


7,959,470 
a55,254 


7,045,686 
298,813 


8,538,508 
333,573 


10,235,185 
398,808 


11,051,082 
446,242 


13,719,279 
502,617 


11,760,421 
449,903 


13,604,155 
624,091 


1,195,610 
103,725 


1,197,967 
95,259 


947,717 
74,216 


642,553 
49,351 


984,547 
71,583 


792,455 
69,554 


1,152,192 
101,457 


1,104.430 
89,998 


1,562,130 
134,744 


438,594 


450,863 


408,714 


418,742 


495,743 


349,177 


308,508 


415,005 


452,846 


298,686 
153,817 


304,965 
155,919 


261,285 
155,944 


227,475 
130,209 


218,137 
119,228 


222,611 
109,970 


238,641 
116,428 


219,423 
114,817 


276,691 
131,761 


194,347 


184,045 


161,009 


111,401 


122,216 


97,775 


108,570 


134,329 


149,314 


273,129 


244,105 


257,811 


281,035 


310,822 


266,603 


394,334 


479,644 


500,564 


2,792,653 


3,180,972 


2,263,283 


2,357,511 


2,745,582 


2,314,839 


2,626,255 


3,275,703 


3,623,311 



184 TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

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No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and A^alues of the Principal 



T*WTVPTPAT A RTTf^T l?*i 


Quantities and Values. 




1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


1889. . 


1890. 


1891. 


Fruits, viz.: — 

Fruits, dried, including nuts- 
Currants -[ ^^«- 

Raisins | ^^^^• 

Nuts, all kinds | ^^^ 

All other . S 


3,178,953 
125,291 

7,780,093 
413,570 

183,592 
113 978 


5,574,418 
208,880 

9,701,470 
453,007 

2,665,293 
158,043 

1 Fir. QAa 


4,909,085 
210, 65u 

7,435,801 
323,185 

3,359,354 
204,006 

200,429 


6,586,671 
236,727 

8,268,721 
378,233 

2,995, 177 
176,187 

186,055 


5,015,402 
159,370 

8,5^6,031 
405,640 

3,341,546 
194,220 

234 208 


5,474,787 
212,990 

10,700,330 
446,637 

3,071,454 

212,176 








Total fruits, dried ... § 


836,431 975,776 


938,270 


977,202 


993,438 1,158,456 


Fruits, green- 
Bananas /Bunches 

Oranges and lemons $ 

All others $ 


351,942 
329,798 


......... 

425,886 
368,695 


59,414 
64,767 

524,115 

349,839 


145,619 
177,198 

514,163 

551,021 


233,275 
271,445 

658,484 

663,457 


284,733 
324,790 

709,749 

379,262 


Total fruits, green $ 


681,740 


797,581 


938,721 


1,242,382 


1,593,386 


1,413,801 

73,822 


Fruits, canned or preserved 
jellies and jams, &c § 


62,259 


58,956 


52,753 


56,481 


62,529 


Grand totals, fruits ... $ 


1,580,430 1,832,313 


1 929,744 


2,276,065 


2,649,353 2,646,079 


Furs, skins and manufactures of — 
Fur skins, wholly or partially 

dressed , $ 

Fur skins of all kinds, not dress- 
ed in any manner, N.E.S. . . $ 

All others .... S 


548,029 
382,855 
170,770 


614,444 
478,149 
149,609 


637,452 
453,746 
131,971 


654,953 
516,525 
109 915 


584,202 
396,178 
Idfi lis 


477,954 

485,927 

. 102,601 






Totals $ 


1,101,654 


1,242,202 


1,223,169 


1,281,393 1,126,498 


1,066,482 


Glass and manufactures of : — 
(xlass carboys and demijohns, 
empty or filled bottles and 

decanters, &c $ 

Flasks and phials, of 8 ounces 
cap. or over, lamp and lamp 
chimneys, &c., side lights, 
head lights, &c $ 

Common or colourless window / Sq. f t . 
glass,and plain coloured, &ct $ 

Plate glass, all kinds {^$ ^*' 

. All other . . . $ 


366,916 

158,692 

15,316,948 
385,341 

413,273 
124,108 

107,191 


473,997 

188,142 

16,464,304 
347,960 

143^328 
128,153 


183,073 

386,789 

14,723,053 
319,180 

i99;564 
121,058 


141,970 

412,211 

13,958,505 
291,251 

560,808 
204,152 

143,609 


125,189 

385,708 

15,134,148 
319,855 

639,689 
230,294 

190,667 




135,309 

387,028 

14,484,788 
349,738 

528,733 
214,787 

172,570 




Totals $ 


1,142,248 

683,907 

93,941 

109,094 


1,281,580 


1,209,604 


1,193,193 


1,251,713 


1,259,432 


Gloves and mitts of all kinds $ 

Glue and glue stock and mucilage S 
Grasses and fibres and n>'f's of . . . $ 


716,635 
95,744 
84,998 


663,364 
99,655 
76,958 


637,191 
96,675 
84,039 


702,047 
95,807 
90,230 


660,674 
131,891 
116,255 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Contimied. 



185 



Quantities and Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


6,363,182 
235,710 


5,368,031 
198,594 


6,783,235 
151,198 


5,123,083 
104,948 


6.727,072 
131,036 


5,461,505 
125.350 


6,558,092 
236,567 


7,298,685 
212,688 


8,333,435 
248,296 


9,040,623 
331,198 


9,579,750 
312,148 


10,804,273 
317,403 


13,266,405 
381,011 


10,499,929 
304,467 


8,979,443 
329,654 


10,776,401 
416,747 


10,977,535 
404,837 


11,708,648 
555,644 


3,644,555 
225,499 


3,543,437 

220,850 


4,201,765 
219,834 


3,255,350 
184,079 


3,783,715 
215,609 


3,533,250 
196,206 


4,572,859 
249,843 


4,780,749 
323,768 


5,859,703 
379,208 


228,899 


180,270 


218,108 


221,823 


296,328 


170,603 


366,808 


279,253 


426,910 


1,021,306 


911,862 


906,543 


891,861 


947,440 


821,813 


1,269,965 


1,220,546 


1,610,058 


288,865 
298,080 


430.240 
437,181 


515,553 
504,331 


475,457 
470,957 


501,555 

489,812 


386,013 
402,121 


455,637 
460,228 


534,406 
513,250 


517,998 
519,342 


744,998 


798,232 


886,849 


710,552 


857,350 


743,746 


786,610 


952,555 


913,235 


548,449 


399,562 


496,722 


357,888 


426,912 


374,016 


396,999 


426,404 


479,521 


1,591,527 


1,634,975 


1,887,902 


1,539,397 


1,774,074 


1,519,883 


1,643,8:37 


1,892,209 


1,912,098 


72,642 


60,998 


60,481 


74 728 


87,984 


71,460 


86,919 


116,786 


175,840 


2,685,475 


2,607,835 


2,854,926 


2,505,986 


2,809,498 


2,413,156 


3,000,721 


3,229,541 


3,697,996 


604,794 


647,161 


619,044 


518,512 


564,014 


333,094 


401,881 


563.583 


696,684 


649,257 


785,433 


027,678 


486,400 


598,354 


496,962 


433,080 


782,149 


1,240,589 


96,455 


100,448 


133,819 


112,664 


93,584 


59,665 


85,164 


209,429 


177,488 


1 350,506 


1,533,042 


1,380,541 


1,117,576 


1,255,952 


889,721 


920,125 


1,555,161 


2,114,761 


131,861 


157,710 


203,102 


234,894 


178,888 


191,464 


181,582 


183,439 


219,407 


379,511 


369,257 


310,663 


320,808 


339,610 


345,543 


274,223 


353,785 


348,152 


14,838,967 
402,507 


18,321,891 
386,480 


15,246,274 
329,826 


14,364,097 
255,561 


14,863,636 
269,254 


14,019.675 
271,664 


16,874,387 
317,715 


17,670,490 
372,122 


24,091,091 
621,408 


701,600 
225,572 


622,936 
171,636 


777,204 
183,480 


670,111 
158,785 


548,341 
149,648 


665,107 

187,737 


■ 123,043 


849,289 
211,107 


897,900 
215,118 


158,759 


143,809 


143,903 


142,129 
1,112,177 


167,651 


141,878 


151,069 


208,301 


255,871 


1,298,210 


1,228,892 


1,170,974 


1,105,051 


1,138,286 


1,047,632 


1,328,754 


1,659,956 


681,016 


701,686 


664,843 


631,070 


636,618 


511,464 


570,822 


718,031 


702,960 


107,853 


137,453 


106,680 


101,498 


91,766 


96,489 


143,224 


174,137 


173,423 


102,345 


97,845 


96,373 


72,459 


75,948 


60,471 


143,245 




96,750 


108,555 



186 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal ARTichEs. 



Quantities and Values. 



1886. 1887, 



Grease, viz.:— 

Grease, rough, the refuse of 
animal fat for the manufac- 
ture of soap / Lbs. 

\ S 

All other $ 

Totals . , $ 

Gunpowder and other explosives. $ 

Gutta percha and m'f's of : — 
Gutta percha and Indian rub- / Lbs. 

ber unmanufactured, &c. . . \ $ 
Clothing, or clothing made 
water-proof with India-rub- 
ber, N.E.S % 

Rubber, crude | ^^^^• 

All other ... $ 

Totals $ 

Hats, caps and bonnets, viz.: — 

Of beaver, silk or felt . $ 

Of straw, grass, chip or other 
like materials, N.E.S % 

All other hats and materials for S 

Plaits, straw, tuscan and grass -^ ^''' 

Totals $ 

Hides and skin other than fur. . . $ 

Hop^ {^t 

Jewellery % 

Leather and manufactures of: — 

Calf,kid,lambaijd sheep skins, / Lbs. 
dressed, waxed or glazed . . t § 

Sole eather, N.E.S -[ ^^^• 

Upper leather, dressed, waxed / Lbs. 
or glazed \ $ 

Boots and shoes . . % 

All other $ 

Totals S 

Marble and manufactures of 



3,360,129 
I 145,517 

j 9,482 



154,999 



130,138 



627,203 
348,254 



213,619 

111,966 
53,615 

513,513 



i 1,129,001 



689,185 



2,466,415 
100,534 

8,257 



108,791 



149,076 



697,307 
398,587 



228,885 

87,733 
44,795 

601,278 



1888. 



2,785,147 
116,914 

16,536 



133,450 



93,071 



1,120,437 
586,954 



209,075 

105,456 
48,313 

602,846 



1,273,5451 1,447,188 



810,557 



355,730 .367,585 



145,870 
' 29,922 



1,220,707 



159,914 

122,213 
39,977 



1,378,033 



1,751,446 1,975,453 



766,258 
377,534 

182,886| 

l.S4,536! 
35,5911 



1889. 1890 



4,122,975 
173,405 

15,337 



188,742 



106,731 



1,527,429 
671,110 



293,275 

141,585 
62,299 

580,309 



1,606,993 



768,514 

361,901 

199,043 

196,373 
30,682 



1891. 



3,726,763 2,158,431 
89,873 



154,855 
15,432 



170,287 



123,592 



11,263 



101,136 



111,028 



1,190,918 1,511,777 
536,386; 741,648 



374,879! 379,276 



99,848 
36,892 

590,751 



1,538,908 



782,124 

304,760 

173,413 

173,567 
29,736 



90,867 
48,542 

422,929 

1,592,395 



816,925 
280,266 

225,728 

281,872 
43,771 



1,362,269 



1,635,083 



1,360,140 



1,597,632 



l,290,033i 1,366,690 



1,712,0121 2,022,710 



330,589 
51,762 


1,176,779 
225,265 


526,039 
96,765 


685,197 

207,572 


1,284,676 
218,623 


597,182 
239,911 


466,354 


551,259 


485,400 


477,081 


444,696 


351,311 


275,442 
258,052 


217;i08 


198,652 
154,984 


142,064 
109,249 


179,055 
111,714 


164,090 
115,009 


266,209 
60,592 


438,567 
121,439 


936,521 
226,628 


917,628 
221,684 


766,103 

174,988 


421,810 
105,575 


31,495 
12,316 

221,305 


12,248 
5,331 

241,040 


27,219 
7 473 


9,093 
6 928 




5,187 
2,975 


214,053 


250,288 


287,013 


255,408 


941,779 


781,130 


653,267 


639,246 


602,498 


477,071 


1,494,044 


1,366,048 


3,256,405 


1,227,395 


1,176,213 


956,038 


115,110 


104,086 


94,778 


118,410 


99,320 




107,661 



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187 



Quantities and Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


4,819,302 
208,961 


3,397,682 
183,492 


4,959,252 

228,564 


4,947,652 
249,247 


6,519,542 
260,530 


4.582,483 
151,523 


2,878,030 
132,325 


3,893,676 
148,086 


4,333,279 
215,980 


13,938 


55,094 


46,592 


49,937 


83,002 


41,329 


50,501 


51,680 


83,918 


222,899 


238,586 


275,156 


299,184 


343,532 


192,852 


182,826 


199,766 


299,898 


141,707 


142,992 


112,882 


141,924 


139,623 


130,387 


138,430 


212,609 


247,511 


932,829 
257,702 


- 608,997 
223,904 


513,811 
199,331 


476,673 
182,179 


438.653 
185,967 


2,204 
1,992 


9,440 
2,450 


391 
452 


2,252 
1,713 


259,843 


285,929 


247,979 


171,941 


116,848 


84,631 


146,502 


151,842 


152,791 


1,167,529 
451,103 


1,543,858 
609,619 


1,563,892 
718,254 


926,171 

488,562 


1,716,923 
825,095 


2,012,692 
1,055,837 


2,447,919 
1,-584,940 


2,211,321 
1,632,764 


3,002,576 
2,026,769 


420,230 


455,569 


329,752 


319,517 


317,816 


358,042 


406,444 


559,587 


672,061 


1,388,878 


1,575,021 


1,495,316 


1,162,199 


1,472,726 


1,500,503 


2,140,33(5 


2,344,645 


2,853,334 


792,663 


793,955 


715,547 


721,749 


724,832 


683,611 


822,041 


888,374 


1,025,115 


225,633 
241,047 


284,158 

287,078 


295,224 
254,239 


284,167 
298,073 


300,562 
351,611 


278,293 
305,014 


^ 683,958 


710,544 


748,119 


224,061 
41,150 


313,390 
49,263 


328,017 
57,190 


257,146 
54,529 


664.547 
108,737 


350,204 
59,989 


364,491 
55,157 


320,641 
81,012 


262,565 
68,444 


1,300,493 


1,414,454 


1,322,200 


1,358,518 


1,485,742 


1,326,907 


1,561,156 


1,679,930 


1,841,678 


1,837,102 


2,045,175 


1,895,232 


1,966,620 


1,964,251 


2,425,975 


3,601,382 


3,877,991 


4,219,399 


771,183 
209,119 


514,021 
158,693 


488,729 
136,221 


879,655 
132,347 


533,515 
77,926 


628.028 
85; 246 


567,571 
101,308 


717,555 
136,223 


1,030,849 
154,712 


289,338 


251,045 


240,986 


276,364 


297,003 


294,525 


341,396 


473,143 


578,963 


167,308 
104,895 


249,887 
129,219 


275,622 

155,645 

1 


712,728 
357,816 


683,864 
347,596 


' 553,381 
i 358,011 


516,187 
400,464 


341,812 
289,441 

1 


302,177 
279,161 


557,520 
120,446 


641205 
133,261 


' 447,243 
96,830 


601,389 
122,538 


323,929 
73,990 


: 584,837 
( 131,246 


921,859 
218,950 


1 602,582 
j 148,245 


553,784 
172,921 


2,577 
1,108 


20,118 
10,123 


20,383 
12,545 


305,878 
189,286 


311,697 
192,790 


606,077 
1 297,278 


409,050 
303,500 


i 385,689 
i 339,361 

j 


479,527 
309,963 


284,996 


307.361 


i 246,885 


306,692 


350,240 


! 320,025 

j 


378,453 


451,376 


541,665 


572,836 


663,247 


463,583 


260,493 


278,497 


276,190 


379,149 


458,319 


571,039 


1,084,281 


1,243,211 


975,488 


1,236,825 


1,243,113 


1.382,750 


1,679,816 


1,686,742 


1,874,749 


106,003 


97,067 


i 94,697 


83,522 


90,065 


i 77,110 


99,352 


101,879 


94,460 



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No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 





Quantities and Values, 




1886. 


1887. 


1 1 

1888. 1889. 1890. 

i 
1 


1891. 


Metals and minerals and n;anu- 
factures of :— 
Brass and manufactures of . . . 8 


414 046' 485,721 


1 
1 
i 
546,421! 539,428 


1 

I 

553,023 


603,368 


Copper and manufactures of :— 
Bars, rods, bolts, ingots and / Cwt. 
sheathing, not coated . . . \ $ 

Copper, in sheets and plates of 
not less than 4 inches in ( Cwt. 
width \ $ 

Wire [^- 

All other § 


5,714: 14,602 
52,675| 85,842 

6,762! 13,472 
86,946; 144,091 

198, 189 ' 306,698 
30,697 47,363 

57,221 50,457 


7,2101 10.281 
79,313 107^801 

9,178 7,932 
105,077 140,927 

350,759^ 529,847 
59,939, 106,309 

66,271 50,358 


13,660 
119;800 

9,575 
137,593 

1,085,282 
167,715 

58,89« 


13,526 
148,438 

8,305 
131,304 

1,178,741 
199,643 

85,322 


Totals, copper, &c S 


227,539 j 327,753 


310,600 405,395 


484,001 


564,707 


Gold and silver and manuf. of : — 
Electro-plated ware and gilt 

ware of all kind s, N. E. S . . ^ 
Sterling- or other silverware 

and plated ware, all kinds. ^ 


198,448 


212,733 


1 
149,253 152,932 


167,917 


155,906 


All other § 


60,307 


70,170 


71,451j 78,563 


95,696 


83,100 


Totals, gold and silver, &c. % 


258,755 


282,903 


220,704= 231,495 


263,613 


239,006 


Iron and steel and manufac- 
tures of : — 

Agricultural implements $ 

Bar, iron or steel, rolled, 
whether in coils, bundles, 
rods or bars, comprising 
rounds, ovals, squares and 
flats, rolled shapes, N.O. P. f Cwt. 


155,028 


130,860 


161,296 


209,462 


155,461 


204,724 


1 S 


.......... ......... 










Bar iron, rolledor hammered, 
comprising fiats,rounds and 
squares, &c., X.E.S f Cwt. 

\ $ 

Cast iron pipe, of everj^ f Cwt. 
description \ $ 

Engines, locomotives | 2' 

M other d,nd boilers, 

N.E.S § 

Hardware, viz. : -Builders', 
cabinet-makers', harness 
makers' and saddlers' hard - 
w^are, inc luding curry 
combs, carriage hardware, 

&c S 

. Iron and steel, rolled, round 
wire rod in the coil, not 
over g inch in diameter im- 
]X)rted by wire manufac- 
turers for use in making 
wire in the coil in their 

factories / Cwt. 

1 $ 

1 


572,704 
772,430 

■ ■ ■ " 81,288 

26 
176,336 

25,653 
563,536 

Ik 


805,176 
870,444 

205,275 

12 

69,804 

49,412 
503,786 


285,391 
361,337 

143,143 
162,310 

10 
49,555 

32,299 
480,616 


321,826 
404,052 

223,863 

26 
171,089 

38,096 
439,230 


181,759 
309,721 

81,598 
106,554 

17 
131,677 

28,801 
447,377 


192,684 
325,373 

42,586 
57,613 

10 
67,209 

51,012 
428,018 



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189 



Quantities and Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


539,384 


514.151 


460,483 


467,141 


542,874 


525,412 


623,808 


824,479 


937,888 


15,471 
100,323 


11,450 
119,803 


10,488 
93,092 


1,451 
14,651 


2,051 
24,282 


2,309 
30,030 


38,089 
438,968 


20,315 
278,553 


31,587 
555,278 


10,939 
161,715 


9,289 
122,640 


8,806 
104,969 


12,812 
137,904 


14,611 
168,421 


17,251 
160,321 


18,849 
231,938 


13,134 
148,594 


14,810 
226,256 


703,978 
116,212 


1,050,283 
150,350 


277,063 
33,840 


496,512 
51,662 


346,942 
46,902 


228,399 
29,330 


354,015 
49,399 


280.648 
45,144 


769,499 
152,745 


61,477 


81,300 


54,913 


52,462 


55,449 


50,581 


148,089 


326,100 


337,380 


439,727 


474,093 


286,814 


256,679 


295,054 


270,262 


868,394 


798,391 
199,135 


1,271,659 


152,304 


181,653 


186,537 


169,309 


136,749 


115,135 


163,332 


199,881 




118^436 


99^59.5 


120,146 
52,749 


154,677 
54,416 


131,973 
48,770 


94,919 
44,383 


92,918 
46,251 


93,456 


112,248 


49,585 


264,552 


300,089 


286,132 


342,204 


345,842 


295,878 


302,634 


338,304 


342,922 


307,798 


249,146 


243,848 


298,465 


469,875 


604,322 


1,067,967 

270,841 
372,073 


1,716,147 

325,960 
448,592 


1,940,221 

267,.593 
526,790 














133,830 
232,243 


100,309 
174,381 


98,693 
168,051 


97,414 
169,116 


67,546 
121,096 


73,.o76 
139,312 




86,251 
100,415 


105,015 
101,481 


47,385 
48,088 


53,241 
60,409 


43,778 
47,415 


28,382 
34,103 


33,701 
38,240 


105,493 
105,059 


25,910 
61,859 


31 


10 

75,093 


12 
64,345 


20 
146,211 






108 
576,091 


".398;ii8 


72 


248,432 


80,147 


118,463 


446,097 


26,096 


117,325 


34,386 


.30,436 


28,030 


48,147 


101,053 


111,154 


292,239 


446,675 


447,251 


.351,806 


297,509 


291,943 


289,458 


424,116 


572,154 


592,332 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


* 


671,773 
658,153 


695,992 

765,777 


839,870 
1,196,593 


















See under 'Miscellaneous metals,' pages 194 and 195, prior to 1898. 



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No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of : — Con. 
Iron and steel mfs. of —Con. 
Iron in slabs, blooms, loops, 
puddle bars or other forms 
less finished than iron in 
bars and more advanced 
than pig-iron, except cast- 
ings / Cwt. 

I $ 

Iron in pigs, kentledge and / Tons. 

cast scrap-iron \ § 

Machinery and machines : — 

Mining machinery $ 

Printing presses, &c \ ^ ' 

Sewing machines, or/ No. 

heads or parts of \ S 

All other machines or ma- 
chinery $ 

Railway bars and rails of 
iron or steel, for railways, 

&c :....( Tons. 

\ $ 

Railway fish plates -*. © " 

Rolled iron or steel angles, 
channels, beams, girders 
structural shapes, &c., of 
any weight per lineal yd. / Cwt. 

t s 

Sheet iron, common or black 
smoothed or polished and 
coated or galvanized, &c., 
Canada plates and plates of 

iron and steel, &c J Cwt. 

I % 

Steel rails.. { ^|*' 

Steel ignots, cogged ingots, 
blooms and slabs, by what- 
ever process made, billets 
and bars, bands, hoops 

strips, &c f Cwt. 

\ $ 

Steel bars, rolled or hammer- 
ed, comprising rounds and 
squares, shapes of rolled 

steel, &c., N.E.S j Cwt. 

I $ 

Steel in bars, bands, hoops, 
scroll or strips, sheets or 
plates, of any size, thick- 
or width when of greater 
value than 2^c. per lb., 

N.O.P / Cwt. 

I % 

Cutlery $ 

Muskets, rifles, &c § 



Quantities and Values. 



1886. 



273,316 
248,461 

41,209 
512,691 



209 

86,886 

6,845 
148,142 



1887. 



1888. 



522,853i 
421,598! 

44,6381 
536,526 



278 
91,927 

8,717 
161.289 



111,266 
94,127 

49,434 
652,037 



1,084,704 1,275,608 



1,181 
36,057 

4,882 
79,324 



79,6141 
114,8361 



266,591 
547,870! 



994 
25,760 

7,252 
150,473 



123,861 
178,699 



275,565 
567,478 



1,205,727 2,433,520 
1,585,756! 2,122,726 



131,781 
S03,525 



213,849 
425,170 



359 
127,297 

5,328 
118,024 

1,367,562 



1,084 
30,498 

2,556 
58,364 



188,6.39 
258,571 



188,639 
662,331 

1.399,018 
i;517,309 



163,159 
249,097 



319,250; 377,322 
118,956; 125,735 



378,584 
128,325 



1889. 



79,523 
66,548 

73,844 
881,525 



316 
115,148 

.5,312 

117,076 

1,362,487 



1,759 
52,166 

2,638 
66,545 



148,589 
241,189 



302,673 
643,483 

1,727,334 
1,921,932 



223,772 
504,747 



1890. 



357,169 
128,452 



15,041 
15,923 

86,475 
1,137,312 

9,950 

265 

98,085 

4,628 
106,868 

1,650,741 



1,490 
47,845 

2,816 
77,089 



199,097 
348,479 



468,339 
840,335 

1,781,922 
2,204,085 



192,497 
521,956 



411,897 
141,408 



1891. 



41,567 
38,931 

81,689 
1,092,983 

78,432 

337 
114,992 

3,786 
96,015 

1,388,008 



2,615 
98,419 

3,759 
118,948 



172,275 
283,519 



322,484 
715,677 

2,521,310 
3,197,280 



153,731 
427,816 



288,508 
133.755 



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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



191 



Quantities and Values. 



1892. 


1893, 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


64,397 
56,186 


65,269 
58,533 


66,039 

57,874 


83,281 
70,449 


133,495 
115,530 


93,438 
78,406 


114,601 
83,256 


96,939 

81,283 


255,145 
362,463 


68,965 

883,378 


57,313 

687,674 


• 4.3,278 
498,188 


31,845 
343,964 


38,413 
408,561 


25,975 
291,859 


39,490 
405,419 


45,384 
465,387 


63,484 
990,810 


61,848 


87,208 


87,035 


169,749 


193,098 


128,780 


202,213 


298,010 


721,942 


140,914 


448 
143,045 


275 

60,822 


344 
136,144 


347 
128,035 


302 
91,982 


551 
176,806 


541 
206,339 


411 

217,082 


4,299 
93,145 


4,338 
93,126 


3,542 

81,886 


4,940 
117,793 


4,289 
11.3,354 


3,967 
100,926 


5,557 
120,401 


7,630 
159,147 


9,439 
214,205 


1,520,676 


1,615,218 


1,456,794 


1,146,690 


1,286,567 


1,541,661 


2,025,061 


2,703,265 


4,003,340 


4,107 
123,128 


14,077 
326,550 


12,132 
270,073 


4,415 

87,969 


6,543 
121,195 


4,095 
82,354 


7,059 
88,494 


4,823 
86,614 


5,649 
138,494 


2,612 
78,012 


4,576 
110,951 


6,597 
171,624 


1,650 
49,858 


2,228 
50,396 


3,224 
67,475 


7,843 
171,962 


5,807 
131,141 


8,460 
226,380 


153,517 
220,457 


209,335 
267,439 


205,488 
240,805 


219,424 
250,427 


238,164 
270,261 


298,165 
338,139 


307,895 
332,115 


339,161 
365,201 


783,770 
1,060,618 


364,716 
900,379 


414,950 

793,967 


429,614 

784,574 


355,807 
707,869 


376,567 
750,140 


401,235 
810,180 


556,062 
985,973 


546,163 
1,184,251 


594,075 
1,340,269 


1,654,935 
1,738,661 


2,022,968 
1,993,219 


1,749,348 
1,748,660 


972,578 
838,144 


1,043,511 
1,034,578 


1,833,526 
1,443,857 


2,103,562 
1,810,605 


2,076,658 
1,714,228 


2,617,646 

2,787,866 


156,807 


165,900 
388,110 


158,000 
329,024 


20,736 
18,645 


33,296 
35,493 


45,885 
48,680 








419,336 














118,893 
222,365 


139,283 
317,070 


179,553 
320,704 






























74,031 
250,453 
357,762 


108,887 
272,386 
427,137 


381,405 












. 


858,296 


345,203 


305,884 


292,758 


207,573 


268,118 


230,187 


418,458 


155,082 


134,826 


126,677 


115,810 


117,960 


92,753 


137,040 


127,288 


140, .336 



192 TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

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No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 







Quantities . 


\ND Values. 




T^RTVPTPAT A PTinT l?ti 
















1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


Metals and minerals and ra'f s of— Con. 
Iron and steel and ni'f's oi—Con. 
Tools and implements — 
Carpenters,' coopers', cabi- 
netmakers' and all other 
mechanics' tools, N.E.S. $ 


188,247 


250,646 


264,933 


240,376 


234,387 


236,136 


All other tools, &c $ 

Tubing- 
Wrought iron tubes or/ Lbs. 
pipes t $ 


189,877 


192,077 


243,495 


220,878 


237,077 


242,720 


...... 


555,818 
14,510 


8,070,536 
187,162 


8,689,533 
204,474 


6,153,325 
174,420 


5,447,086 
172,834 


,' Ft. 

" " \ s 


5,298,743 
299,895 


7,818.882 
43 '.,828 


2,109,230 
227,991 


2,802,735 
244,964 


2,914,412 

297,608 


3,471,673 
510,312 


Universal mill or rolled ( Cwt. 















edge steel plate \ $ 















Ware : stamped tinware, gra- 
nite ware, enamelled iron 
or steel ware, &c., all kinds $ 


84,332 


117,592 




4,584 


42,042 

101,749 
375,204 


155,206 

90,880 
347,274 


* Wire of all kinds, X.E.S -[ ^^^• 


162,606 
479,778 


160,428 
477,544 


91,205 
346,259 


136,639 
455,612 


Wrought scrap iron and scrap 
steel, being waste or refuse 
wrought iron or steel that 
has been in actual use, and 
is fit only to be remanufac- 
tured, not to include cut- 
tings or clippings which can 
be used as iron or steel 
without remanufactuie. . f Cwt. 


203,020 
158,100 


334,826 
206,137 


470,106 
300,099 


535,898 
335,090 


947,589 
679,323 


879,347 
652,842 


Another -S 


2,096,557 


3,549,924 


2,545,330 


2,776,038 


2,692,817 


2, 290, .524 


Totals, iron and steel . $ 


10,457,515 


13,537,150 


11,004,808 


12,426,275 


13,524,442 


13,815,080 


Lead and m'f's. of — 

Old scrap and pig | ^ J*' 


39,960 
110,983 


61,128 
173,203 


68,902 
197,554 


74,223 
213,053 


101,587 
284,246 


86,154 
242,434 


All other S 


64,534 


73,219 


80,985 


74,193 


88,975 


82,676 


Totals, lead s 


175,517 


246,422 


278,539 


287,246 


373,221 


325,110 


Tin and manufactures of — 
Tin in blocks, pigs or bars. - ^ ' 


14,431 

219,789 


13,442 
250.564 


11,604 
307,574 


13,951 
253,092 


14,126 
266,463 


15,629 
275,343 


Tin plates and sheets | ^^*- 


204,876 
744,820 


226,126 

767,836 


215,313 
737,821 


259,448 
871,856 


267,634 
908,-565 


214,683 
854,770 


All other S 


152,734 


168,181 


118,772 


119,324 


114,849 


76,873 




Totals, tin 


1,117,343 


1,186,581 


1,164.167 


1,244,272 


1,289,877 


1,206,986 




Zinc and manufactures of $ 


111,179 


130,125 


103,003 


128,571 


170,124 


143,673 



* 'Wire rigging for ships' and ' wire nails' not included. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



193 



Quantities and Valuks. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1S96. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


291,834 
210,380 


310,550 
214,103 


251,435 

190,581 


216,670 
212,853 


220,964 
25^,532 


199,466 
266,744 


1 606,449 


700,536 


827,428 


4,823,351 
141,793 


5,883,589 
151,775 


8,230,950 
184,448 


7,314, ;568 
156,430 


7,723,558 
176,824 


6,539,472 
135,136 


^ 24,846,950 


32,602,990 


22,524,135 


3,323,213 


4,039,054 
389,706 


3,233,778 
359,097 


3,847,689 
315,237 


5,579,958 
566,641 


4,727,330 
384,142 








426,228 


j 619,669 


874,254 


1,156,917 






5,653 
7,302 


186,457 
99,845 


137,885 
155,624 


142,957 
174,131 


75,668 
71,936 


37,656 
39,434 


67,610 






127,524 


152,220 


197,240 


211,353 


148,910 


116,850 


84,974 


102,420 


132,903 


172,140 


88,924 
353,488 


104,340 
360,434 


137,606 
340,280 


194,974 
335,106 


140,863 
279,364 


198,304 
418,078 


420,756 
965,962 


445,900 
1,157,751 

■ 


471,294 
1,728,803 


652,551 
433,695 


904,522 
569,907 


599.3b2 
355,472 


433,306 
218,531 


306,851 
179,716 


157,694 
91,169 


903,699 
491,415 


556,063 
292,243 


772,127 
635,172 


2,297,981 


2,389,902 


2,023,333 


1,692,237 


2,005,675 


2,129,988 


3,863,103 


4,312,634 


6,464,504 


12,405,683 


12,784,044 


11,040,619 


8,881,414 


10,203,052 


10,785,576 


17,106,207 


19,848,433 


29,649,178 


97,875 
256,340 


94,558 
215,395 


69,492 
147,316 


67,149 
139,047 


72,438 
173,259 


66,368 
162,231 


89,226 
263,664 


115,094 

284,795 


60,695 
203,428 


63,262 


73,733 


56,337 


62,546 


82,016 


97,536 


113,057 


142,442 


178,151 


319,602 


289,128 


203,653 


201,593 


255,275 


259,767 


376,721 


427,237 


381,579 


16,153 

287,572 


16,778 
318,071 


18,844 
280,088 


24,646 
214,397 


20,821 
209,813 


19,483 
249,852 


24,648 
292,344 


28,849 
306,085 


22,441 

580,855 


385,924 
1,235,961 


302,619 
892,106 


307,378 
956,813 


260,444 
681,739 


338,196 
923,279 


375,358 
919,596 


457,289 
1,150,741 


331,507 
927,036 


502,168 
1,683.788 


70,781 


64,462 


73,909 


77,092 


104,898 


104,610 


107*437 


139,383 


154,137 


1,594,314 


1,274,639 


1,310,810 


973,228 


1,237,990 


1,274,058 


1,550,522 


1,372,504 


2,418,780 


197,423 


181,772 


132,371 


99,274 


127,537 


96,735 


137,207 


151,467 


197,080 



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No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Artiot.es. 



Ql.-ANTITIES AND VALUES. 



1886. 



Metals and minerals and m'f s of— Con. 

Miscellaneous metals arid minerals 
and m'fs of— Co/i. 

Rolled round wire rods of iron 
or steel, brass or copper, 
under h inch in diameter, Cwt. 
imjjorted by wire manufac- 
turers for use in making 
wire in their own factories. _, 

Iron, steel or brass rolled^ 
round wire rods under | q^^ 
inch in diameter, and rolled V g 
copper rods 1 inch or under 
in diameter I 

All other ... $ 

Totals misc. metals, &c % 

Grand totals, metals and m'fs of $ 
Musical instruments : — 



451,558 



451,558 



13,213,452 



Pianofortes 



r No. 



Pianos, parts of 
All other 



Totals $ 416,587 

Oils:- 

Minerals — 

Coal and kerosene, distilled, 

purified or refined, naphtha 

benzole, and petroleum / Galls.' 3,803,724 

N.E.S \ ^ i 421,756 



1,017 
249,409 

54,931 
112,247 



1887. 



1888. 



490,196 



490,196 



16,686,851 



1,192 
262,073 

73,367 
136,928 



472,368 



537,309 



537,309 



1889. 



1890. 



1891. 



574,022 



574,022 



14,165,5511 15,836,704 



l,054j 
235,066 



1,058 
230,436 



93,983 125,273 
140,658 143,3.^^ 



469,707 



499,041 



All other j <j 



Totals 



f Galls. 

I S 



V , -1 f Galls. 

1 ish oil - g 

Animal and vegetable oils : — 
Cocoa nut and palm in their / Galls, 
natural state \ ^ 



Cotton seed, refined 



/ Gallb. 



Flaxseed or linseed, raw or/ Galls. 

boiled 1 $ 

Lubricating oils, composed 

wholly or in part of petro- / Galls. 

leum \ % 

All other lubricating oil ... j ",ft 
All other $ 

Totals $ • 

Grand totals, oils . . $ 



417,008 
60,129 



4,220,732 

481,885 



4,309,397 
467, 505 I 

503,3411 
66,129 



188,968 
320,849 



588,399 



909,248 



17,567,549 



132,251 

206,568 



645,336 
851,904 



17,749,834 



63 
151,716 

127,7.53 
157,887 



634 

149,956 

133,449 
142,972 



437,356 426,377 



4,493,924 4,723,698 
404,847; 490,166 



378,594 
42,164 



265,912 
33,926 



4,985,722 
517,610 

170,946 
30,272 



4,812,7381 4,872,518 4,989,610! 
533,6341 447,011; 524,0921 



5,156,668 
547,882 



187,562 
92,388 



222,0081 
85,341' 



117,790 185,650 
45,014: '67,636' 



139,952 
62,133 



5,128,933 
501,519 

252,849 
52,618 

5,381,782 
554,137 

347,762 
131,298 



146,499 
81,804 



308,616 
66,259 



932,279 
373,464 

360,947 
93,205 

85,938 
42,151 

180,827 



844,216 
345,4/8 

461,292 
100,867 

116,932 

55,389 

183,546 



771,451 751,539 



1,345,724! 1,370,514 



404,8041 
86,961! 



263,530; 
88,212 



265,462 
112,045 



1,052,858 
393,894 

517,595 
107,581 

109,594 

30,567 

170,399 



843,742 
314,657 

541,318 
110,171 I 

111,855' 

41,926 

183,627 



998,388 
375,689 

454,217 
76,229 

157,867 

68,203 

244,261 



789,392 
1,281,417 



738,593 



1,330,321; 



876,427 
1,486,442 



194,910 
87,703 



*9,425,735 
479,085 

484,196 
63,470 

182,370 

77,607 

414,420 



1,122,285 



1,807,720 



* Lbs, not gallons, f Included under "Iron and steel," pa^es 188 and 189 prior to 1898. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Arfcicl s of Merchaadise Iraported into Canada, &c. — Continued. ' 



195 



Quantities and Values; 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1398. 


1899. 


1900. 


244,524 


350,035 
610 708 


327,579 
510,783 














461,156 

• 








380,621 
567,032 


659,225 
985,947 


406,626 

677,828 


t 


t 


t 










62.5,681 


698,756 


559,449 


542,856 


556,680 


6.30,278 


1,019,729 


1,114,954 


1,457,799 


1,086,837 


1,309,464 


1,070,232 


1,109,888 


1,542,627 


1,308,106 


1,019,729 


1,114,954 


1,457,799 


16,847,522 


17,127,380 


14,791,114 


12,331,421 


14,550,251 


14,815,794 


21,985,222 


24,875,769 


36,656,885 


604 
157,394 


472 

100,198 


283 
61,822 


326 
72,953 


295 
67,953 


265 
55,297 


385 
80,264 


495 
85,216 


558 
101,454 


110,699 
150,625 


122,508 
155,263 


108,188 
140,184 


106,847 
120,957 


110,129 
118,681 


92,530 
119,469 


99,008 
125,562 


107,682 
169,132 


123,935 
171,057 


418,718 


377,969 


310,194 


300,757 


296,763 


267,296 


304,834 


362,030 


396,446 


5,698,727 
474,644 


5,958,368 
436,476 


6,584,848 
424,242 


6,478,024 
417,345 


6,902,507 
598,308 


7,649,447 
604,965 


8,145,818 
614,887 


9,537,934 
675,393 


9,097,685 
790,948 


162,049 

22,958 


27.0,975 
36,243 


131,061 
26,824 


401,253 
2^296 


249,680 
32,284 


110,095 
16,984 


170,991 
22.5.')3 


3.56,578 
24,230 


423,982* 
, 37,616 


5,860,776 
497,602 


6,234,343 

472,719 


6,715,909 
451,066 


6,879,277 
445,641 


7,152,187 
630,592 


7,759,542 
621,949 


8,316,809 
• 637,440 


9,894,512 
699,623 


9,521,667 
828,564 


186,196 
74,242 

■ 


270,380 
106,304 


119,603 
46,053 


161,706 
57,821 


219,096 
76,813 


314,468 
113,714 


171,905 
75.093 


16.5,354 
50,285 


167,805 
60,987 


224,401 
1C7,919 


319,824 
128,369 


207,116 
79,918 


771,712 
112,065 


745,145 
98,718 


187,259 
54,202 


148,247 
(52,863 


185,766 
57,720 


212,237 
80,192 





381,418 
187,730 


664,495 
217,657 


672,011 
144,229 


387,204 
100,315 


311,764 
70,805 


383,693 
91,100 


375,307 
83,627 


375,318 
92,288 


*7,590,794 
341,067 


*5, 526, 035 
234,139 


*5,191,694 
253,421 


773,200 
298,433 


958,226 
336,114 


901,075 
303,890 


539,676 
175,316 


1,032,308 
328,487 


1,044,972 
479,277 


750,334 

88,571 


846,390 
101,327 


844,741 
97,931 


745,018 
84,140 


855,512 
105,114 


720,125 

• 82,388 


900,531 
101,492 


690,274 
82,296 


1,003,916 
124,639 


228,110 

87,378 

347,796 


195,226 

76,301 

236,846 


198,190 

73,445 

167,182 


216,146 

73,106 

168,329 


321,146 
111,017 
166,554 


254,435 

85,437 

184,118 


314,372 
92,344 

229,688 


266,988 

78,434 

244,687 


533,030 

96,833 

241,346 


972,731 


964,712 


889,554 


880,302 


917,832 


780,840 


752,803 


875,251 


1,114,575 


1,544,575 


1,-543,735 


1,386,673 


1,383,764 


1,625,237 


1,516,503 


1,465,336 


1,625,159 


2,004,126 



10- 



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TRADE AND COMMERCE 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 13. — Statement of the Quaatibies and Values of the Principal 



Princip.^l Articles. 



Oilcloth ,....{S^-|^« 

Optical, philosophical and mathe- 
matical instruments S 

Packages, other than P. O. pack- 
ages and express parcels of small 
value $ 

Packages, P. O. packages and ex- 
])ress parcel? of small value ... $ 

Paintings, drawings, engravings, 
prints and building plans, &c., 
also paintings in oil, &c $ 

Paints and colours : — 

Dry white and red lead, orange / Lbs. 
mineral and zinc white . . . . \ $ 

Another $ 

Totals $ 

Paper and manufactures of : — 
Calendered, including writing 

and note paper . % 

En velopes, papetries, blank 
books and manufactures of 
paper . . . ■. $ 

All other. S 

Totals 

Perfumery § 

Pickles and sauces \ \ 

Plants and trees S 

Precious stone.s, &c.: — 

Diamonds unset or diamond 
dust or bort and black dia- 
monds for borers $ 

All others S 

Totals S 

Provisions : — 
Butter - © ' 

^,1 I Lbs. 

Cheese -'l © 

Meats : — 

Bacon and hams -j ©" ' 

Beef, salted, in barrel | -'^^^• 

Pork, barrelled, in brine. A ^' 



QUAXTITIE.S AM) VALUES. 



1886. 1887. 1888. 1889. 1890. ! 1891. 



261,373 
75,966 

384,063 



228,590 



7,149,690 
229,244 

377,895 



607,139 



276,161 

235,397 
561,821 



$ I 1,073,379 



84,895 



124,721 
85,607 



1.192,609 
289,967 

88,373 
408,897 

221,450 



887,624 
206,678 

95,519 



392,088 
82,987 

70,283 



7,973,422 6,628,119 
266,871! 226,109 

351,436: 403,644 



618,3071 629,753 



315,119 



199,368 



291,265! 427,294 



831,467 
194,855 

83,823 



503,024 
317,897 

142,007 



860,697 
210,674 

97,032 



559,306 
381,621 

365,569 



7,849,288 10,859,672 
292, 218 1 381,959 

340,190 326,490 



632,4081 708,449 



240,151 



4.37,394 



600,612 



1,206,996 



89,246 



542,225 454,605 



253,888 

45r),133 
525,682 



],168,887i 1,132,150: 1,235,703 



88,540 



143,405 

82,781 



189,483 
3,870 



193,353 



1,251,331 
207,604 

7,080,599 
537,564 

3,573,682 
286,231 

2,419,417 
111,695 

15,899,327 
715,829 



246,076 
12,201 



97,479 

102,200 
108,364 



106,484! 128,749 



94,970 

90,974 
101,840 

137,191 



221,547 
17,292 



258, 277 i 238,839 



441,943 
77,901 

5,347,312 

468,899 

3,523,836 
236,031 

2,793,460 
108,354 

10,164,022 
522,040 



270,044 
63,203 

6,582,568 
666,002 

2,492,395 
230,175 

3,354,229 
121,906 

10,687,974 
702,707 



206,279 

18,211 

224,490 



110,480 
34,692 



145,172 



973,843 
144,249 

7,057,171' 
631,593 

3,661,120 
336,080 

5,094,998 
206,643 

15,712,971 
1,024,055 



1,633,332 
249,100 

13,611,097 
1,194,238 

4,423,774 
330,424 

7,745,026 
299,303 

17,763,284 
861,506 



845,714 
227,997 

121,453 



400,63(> 
417,948 

258,763 



8,619,858 
339,601 

292,590 



632,191 



229,114 

400,995 
521, 23? 



1,151,342 



100,983 

102,729 
114,762 

152,608 



73,058 
21,964 



95,02^ 



462,485 
90,975 

10,774,948 
900,798 

2,568,694 
207,980 

3 875,301 
148,763 

11,818,937 
633,372 



i STATISTICAL AXD FIXANCfAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, kc — Continued. 



197 



QCAXTITIE.S AND VALUES. 



1892. 


\ 1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


189S. 


1899. 


1900. 


808,123 
218,210 


874,897 
234,178 


774,020 
213,679 


1 705,470 
1 187,418 


647,997 
189,475 


556,297 
15.3,547 


692,167 

222,538 


i 933,04f 
298,134 


1,106,783 
355,957 


174,744 


178,944 


150,072 


130,585 


154,014 


154,664 


220,039 


246,59C 


268,226 


499,851 


444,910 


468,546 


428,626 


426,598 


453,372 


536,942 


570,402 


663,896 


417,595 


528,268 


715,236 


748,286 


679,514 


745,523 


897,684 


1,173,579 


1,373,906 


407,506 


319,666 


472,230 


359,177 


346,669 


365,778 


328,566 


741,765 


842,073 


10,230,268 
349,528 


10,866,525 
364,716 


11,148,666 
359,101 


8,636,888 
277,832 


11,740,254 

^ 368,178 


10,420,209 
351,099 


12,704,447 
449,685 


14,378,909 
511,284 


14,859,143 
638,869 


295,602 


310,207 


278,500 


253,275 


308.275 


264,354 


318,291 


36S192 


399,389 


645,130 


674,923 


637,601 


531,107 


676,453 


615,453 


767,976 


879,476 


1,038,258 


234,717 


218,330 


147,886 


3,236 


1,800 


1,335 


4, .539 


11,774 


1l,477 


431,736 


429,864 


387,013 


334,336 


329,273 


356,389 


398,741 


426,480 


457,381 


546,878 


546,668 


484,928 


644,629 


671,361 


649,094 


738,716 


820,232 


' 957,447 


1,213,331 


1,194,862 


1,019,827 


982,201 


1,002,434 


1,006,818 


1,141,996 


1,258,486 


1,426,305 


93,563 


106,866 


100,276 


101,443 


114,761 


103,786 


103,945 


115,328 


124,800 


98,915 
120,969 


91,343 
110,745 


100,798 
113,501 


107,496 
100,399 


122,947 
106,351 


150,467 
125,937 


200,596 
173,708 


213,483 
184,387 


291,669 
245,104 


146,401 


143,344 


131,425 


137,278 


130,167 


103,983 


69,579 


76,794 


88,058 


55,843 


101,176 


169,619 


239,057 


292,071 


464,667 


328,539 


382,724 


451,792 


12,941 


21,059 


21,239 


39,741 


99,779 


61,941 


78,910 


81,899 


178,142 


68,784| 


122,235 


190,858 


278,798 


391,850 


526,608 


407,449 


464,623 


62 J, 934 


513,237; 

270,857: 


273,894 
54,943 


884,869 
161,396 


377,025 
60,425 


765,656: 
132,018i 


1,643,302 
256,017 


3,433,922 
546,342 


2,334,400 
428,022 


2,^36,992 
606,183 


10,254,713' 
924,107 


8,597,661 
780,172 


9,056,510 

822,818 


10,328,476 
909,497 


4,298,222 
321,082 


7,315,529 
615,845 


11,557,458 
928,600 


8,526,408 
668,082 


181,016 
547,443 


1,028,385 
- 96,116 


671,588 
77,191 


503,412 
58,444 


869,624 
90,506 


1,564,598 
143,6181 


2,230,907 
192,268 


9,997,198 
719,942 


7,322,764 
558,403 


275,929 
549,996 


3,585,538 
149,912 


3,599,113 
145,210 


3,672,424 
158,000 


3,246,264 
136,446 


2,614,043 
110,574 


2,530,834 
91,772 


1,957,732 

88,722 


1,701,685 
85,115 


2,288,281 
107,550 


9,819,087 
504,7091 


4,165,346| 
300, 701 1 


5,110,874 
382,078 


3,968,220 
260,792 


5,552,287 
270,826 


3,636,221 
143,401 


6,526,900 
317,487 


8,360,710 
429,022 


5,804,38 
305,568 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Quantities and Values. 



1886. 



Provisions — Con. 
Meats — Con. 

Dried or smoked meats and 
meats preserved in any 
other way than salted or/ Lbs. 
pickled t $ 



All other provisions 
Totals 



Kags 



Eesin 



Cwt. 

$ 

Brls. 



Salt. 



Lbs. 



Seeds and bulbous roots 
Flaxseed 



Grirden, field and other seeds 
for agricultural or other pur- 
poses, N.O. P., when in bulk 



r Bush, 
"I 



or in large parcels 


S 


All other . . . 


$ 


Totals.. 


$ 


Silk and manufactures of :— 
Dress and piece goods 


§ 


Handkerchiefs . 

Clothing, including corsets 
prior to 1898 


$ 


Ribbons 


$ 


Silk, raw, or as reeled from/ 
the cocoon, &c \ 


Lbs. 


Velvets / 


Yds. 


All others 


$ 


Totals 


$ 



504,157 
53,329 

359,112 



1887. 



1888. 



1889. 



894,747 
78,487 

346,516 



2,271,364! 1,838,228 



942,250 
91,122 

563,871 



2,438,986 



1,023,301 
94,079 

786,370 



3,223,069 



115,004 
224,922 

19,829 
91,694 

192,700,121 
295,378 



130,490 
296,806 

21,137 
■ 80,360 



1,103,496 
246,772 

20,294 
64,673 



95,659 
231,631 

19,863 
62,967 



213,938,166194,739,497192,108,953 
\ 324,601! 253,229 292,511 



23,032 
29,206! 



:oap. 



Spices . . 



f Lbs. 



/ Lbs. 



360,137 

14,832 

404,175 

736,131 
55,986 
94,764 

273,974 

36,169 
151,065 

150,279 
125,362 

917,406 



56,156! 
57,538| 



351,422 
16,635 



425,595 



2,354,688 



144,063 

1,685,503 
20.3,120 



Spirits and wines :— 
Brandy [^f^' 

f Galls. 



Gin of all kinds, N.E.S. 
*Cwt. tLbs. 



\ 



176,201 
336,031 

442,006 
156,080 



800,898 

109,383 

101,979 

377,770 

33,771 
143,521 

222,626 
163,489 

1,139,548 

2,836,588 



38,388 
39,520: 



324,833! 
105.626 



1,4.54 
3,351 



81,036 
612,468 



469,979 



649,517 

107,794 

113,838 

445,045 

44,723 
164,708 

266,124 

178,438 

1,115,242 

2,774,582 



1,135,759! 1,045,146 

95,229| 92,458 



696,855 



587,464 

105,174 

124,072 

565,492 

43,910 
162,373 

366,842 
196,920 

1,200,340 



1890. 



1891. 



1,077,421 
114,744 

499,010 



3,548,325 



1,072,068 
227,400 

19,252 
61,384 



(3,365,506 211, 
309,685 



1,297,893 
141,573 

295,830 



2,419,291 



30,832 
42,521 



186,062 

259,271 



88,019 
199,795 

23,794 
80,096 

,016,519 
381,610 



487 854 



598,063 

110,884 

175,887 

690,460 

49,040 
192,824 

350,605 
189,660 

1,099,938 



2,941.835 



1,465,363 
114,343 



3,057,716 



1,039,178 
140,232 



1,744, 431 i 1,772,954! 2,008,400 2,090,125 
202,008; 223,0161 223,525; 211,514 



., 223,016j 223,525; 



199,694 
394,748 



207,177 
383,043 



217,082 
386,577 



231,146 
399,802 



433.271i 504,020 541,5091 581,998 
139,8271 172,014! 193,7531 222,030. 



133,203 
160,616 



257,220 

48,678 

466,514 



560,691 

119,274 

200,272 

623,014 

43,428 
171,940 

272,200 
163,102 

1,027,435 



2,865,728 



1,745,777 
151,094 

2,103,202 
219,760 



204.463 
359,158 

390,59a 
155,59a 



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199 



Quantities and Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1,362,974 
135,283 


1,501,004 
143,572 


1,396,585 
138,515 


1,332,601 
139,823 


1,206,403 
116,454 


1,080,300 
96,973 


1,277,144 
122,265 


2,792,300 
246,932 


2,987,923 
291,354 


176,807 


127,400 


180,553 


97,518 


133,469 


176,013 


270,483 


310,039 


387,884 


2,257,791 


1,629,189 


3,901,804 


1,695,007 


1,228,041 


1,572,289 


2,993,841 


2,725,615 


2,895,978 


262,030 

227,488 


125,676 
239,434 


101,858 
191,660 


247,231 
193,861 


370,224 
241,822 


105,741 
191,697 


504,988 
339,526 


404,976 
298,561 


1,551,557 
306,843 


25,481 
97,107 


23,889 
97,750 


22,022 
90,670 


27,093 

85,822 


27,200 
112,499 


33,098 
101,221 


*108,376 
99,090 


*108,262 
94,237 


*84,972 
111,760 


220,668,427 
381,351 


211,738,847 
360,941 


212,430,744 
381,497 


210,182,752 
362,565 


212,670,357 
363,438 


227,756,250 
345,587 


204,733,297 
327,594 


194,817,958 
300,339 


204.583,033 
325,436 


160,616 
169,741 


11,713 
12,637 


193,017 
204,720 


44,813 
37,400 


28,952 
30,440 


232 
375 


t3,349,892 
67,432 


145,708,682 
1,119,539 


t51,184,541 
1,366,436 


429,485 


427,520 


400,039 


497,794 


623,289 


672,378 


465,454 


381,868 


525,567 


134,288 


51,716 


59,493 


61,359 


73,132 


67,377 


68,196 


70,413 


82,302 


733,514 


491,873 


664,252 


596,553 


726,861 


740,130 


601,082 


1,571,820 


1,974,305 


613,974 


820,874 


823,529 


854,421 


905,347 


760,594 


1,331,512 


2,090,157 


2,452,908 


128,908 


139,731 


128,167 


110,672 


104,278 


80,606 


69,042 


90,080 


107,211 


196,635 


300,781 


282,738 


353,626 


344,123 


252,704 


231,795 


241,780 


251,704 


422,089 


526,421 


532,904 


556,444 


788,133 


497,270 


652,765 


843,249 


698,789 


78,245 
260,299 


54,619 
206,325 


61,147 
203,040 


44,178 
123,970 


62,288 
190,557 


44,955 
133,354 


70,631 
226,724 


75,824 
263,543 


69,832 
277,708 


266,126 
151,683 


215,664 

128,577 


311,098 
163,193 


294,779 
138,225 


406,488 
171,764 


296,602 
. 133,687 


537,571 
199,473 


819,562 
321,604 


763,213 
274,625 


987,499 


882,643 


576,208 


232,165 


261,031 


272,510 


213,468 


182,158 


151,113 


2,761,087 


3,005,352 


2,709,779 


2,369,523 


2,765,233 


2,130,725 


2,924,779 


4,032,571 


4,214,058 


2,064,183 
167,763 


2,417,195 

184,748 


2,055,010 
157,826 


2,919,933 
216,018 


3,360,468 
245,116 


3,833,283 
263,648 


4,448,164 
290,773 


6,216,927 
381,198 


7,292,097 
449,341 


1,925,448 
182,088 


2,067,451 
193,425 


1,552,264 
139,001 


2,009,658 
155,612 


2,033,564 

149,757 


1,880,485 
138,036 


2,3(>9,593 
197,590 


1,971,069 
188,687 


2,119,717 
223,224 


222,346 
394,575 


212,027 
363,543 


190,031 
303,386 


195,175 
299,914 


153,339 
245,220 


183,060 
264,017 


194,403 
300,.350 


211,875 
310,650 


233,403 

350,718 


406,063 
174,581 


486,070 

182,058 


428,490 
157,151 


435,288 
143,660 


375,280 
140,299 


455,145 
161,668 


494,989 
186,002 


534,227 
223,915 


595,367 
258,573 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 13. — Statement of the Quan'ilies and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Quantities and Values. 



Spirits and wines — Con. 
Whiskey i^^l^' 

All other spirits | ^^^^^^• 

Wines, not sparkling | ^^^^• 

II sparkling ... % 

Totals $ 

Stone and manufactures of $ 

Sugar, syrup and molasses — 
Sugar, N.E.S | ^^^• 

Molasses and syrup -f ^^^^^• 

All other $ 

Totals 8 

Tea : I ^^«- 

Tobacco and manufactures of : — 
Cigars and cigarettes \ q' 

Tobacco, unmanufactured . . - g^ ' 

Another -( ^'^^\ 

Totals { ^^- 

Tobacco pipes of all kinds, pipe 
mounts, cigar and cigarette 
holders, and cases for same ... $ 

Turpentine, spirits of | ^i^^'*- 

Umbrellas, parasols, and sun- 
shades of all kinds ^ 

Unenumerated articles paying 20 
p. c. ad valorem duty % 

Vegetables $ 

Watches, and parts of § 

Webbing -S 



1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


146,167 
159,966 


158,320 
169,830 


171,983 
181,146 


175,247 
195,299 


209,847 
229,636 


229.879 
249,464 


192,465 

80,257 


98,045 
56,144 


157,601 
70,469 


185,053 
97,553 


165,971 
101,672 


131,979 
101,854 


431,532 
360,043 


538,790 
459,509 


492,731 
403,607 


511,728 
411,514 


568,496 
464,776 


487,011 
406,688 


111,968 


164,448! 121,687 


121,910 


170,917 


246,752 


1,204,345 


1,384,506: 1,331,966 


1,406,606 


1,588,833 


1,519,509 


151,544 


174,498 


236,949 


?r4,479 


348,856 


343,392 


146,415,137 
3,836,546 


233,905,567 
5,637,109 


224,426,431 
5,784,334 


202,937,618 
5,570,466 


189,282,237 
5,580,574 


227,248,254 
5,380,424 


3,006,719 

581,264 


3,566,987 
630,665 


4,546,800 
838,926 


4,520,701 
1,047,704 


4,389,156 
1,159,609 


4,693,505 
1,060,410 


118,836 


118,820 


126,626 


165,793 


163,737 


133,082 


4,536,646 


6,386,594 


6,769,886 


6,783,963 


6,903,920 


6,573,916 


22,582.155 
4,229;666 


18,533,439 
3,424,809 


17,699,819 
3,057,850 


17,476,467 
3.008,619 


18,455,475 
3,074,779 


17,990,630 
2,978,416 


144,709 
312,669 


138,548 
328,098 


73,739 
181,009 


88,342 
211,192 


89,998 
231,114 


99,070 
257,123 


15,261,815 
1,708,812 


11,953,919 

1,328,703 


12,514,896 
1,489,357 


9,574,257 
1,340,344 


11,839,755 
1,424,231 


12,322,477 
1,617,700 


184,555 
70,935 


212,535 
74,725 


166,022 
64,244 


169,177 
69,374 


161,911 
67,796 


190,431 
65,819 


15,591,079 
■2,092,416 


12,305,002 12,754,657 
l,731,526j 1,734,610 


9,831,776 
1,620,910 


12,091,664 
1,723,141 


12,611,978 
1,940,642 


19,427 


21,422 


18,622 


122,075 


139,972 


114,011 


351,021 
145,242 


430,859' 455,570 
173,002 179,539 


368,719 
194,713 


488,929 
222,043 


470,783 
201,578 


292,835 


363,886 290,687 


303,336 


330,144 


297,872 


222,365 


221,701 147,197 


111,512 


105,124 


204,758 


172,573 


204,254' 187,726 


205,945 


272,763 


238,479 


385,045 


445, 942 1 558,167 

! 


575,161 



653,924 
6,433 


507,826 
113,016 











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Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada. &c. — Conti7uiei. 



201 



Quantities and Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


245,394 
279,311 


272,497 
307,454 


247,808 
285,242 


280,439 

293,887 


306,928 
311,037 


244,216 
317,433 


308,171 
422,909 


376,626 
523,819 


431,685 
618,556 


i 76,525 
13.5,195 


190,363 
120,864 


156,933 
94,323 


182,250 
94,594 


171,863 
85,153 


181,977 
73,121 


206,393 
93,090 


312,394 
128,907 


271,079 
161,153 


467,935 
412,497 


446,322 
367,691 


488,200 
344,169 


415,111 
310,813 


397,737 
289,536 


368,646 
249,117 


407,032 

273,388 


407,947 
292,269 


467,277 
344,669 


177,990 


203,448 


136,942 


107,208 


125,912 


142,189 


191,760 


240,988 


249,922 


1,574,149 


1,515,058 


1,321,213 


1,250,070 


1,197,157 


1,207,545 


1,467,499 


1,720,548 


1,983,591 


217,561 


193,575 


189,670 


170,804 


179,245 


154,876 


174,100 


208,202 


239,993 


292,361,259 
7,806,737 


247,391,847 
6,510,579 


307,153,338 
8,518,568 


389,445,383 

8,286,472 


272,289,188 
6,054,546 


290,527,519 
6,387,934 


261,755,049 
5,258,213 


j 

269599,292*319,815,422 
6,065,129 7,554,012 


4,241.484 

918,250 


4,176,383 

885,002 


4,378,448 
885,120 


4,259,935 
854,168 


4,475,616 
953,924 


4,646,623 
817,843 


3,834,022 
612,421 


3,953,710 
813,602 


4,666,677 
1,217,027 


149,302 


144,290 


126,340 


122,291 


120,731 


110,815 


161,872 


171,208 


243,170 


8,874,289 


7,539,871 


9,530,028 


9,262,931 


7,129,201 


7,316,592 


6,032,506 


7,049,939 


9,014,209 


22,718,181 
0,605,485 


18,049,854 
2,976,127 


20,551,739 
3,054,570 


20,595,770 
3,115,324 


22,668,171 
3,252,038 


24,344,982 
3,313,048 


20,052,264 
2,726,014 


25,102,685 
3,528,807 


24,998,726 
3,611,014 


86,529 
231,091 


93,439 
259,215 


90,133 
234,011 


85,(582 
221,935 


94,. 588 
239,331 


93.683 

228,881 


68,179 
160,212 


71,058 
195,929 


98,064 
286,742 


14,743,221 

1,842,098 


14,340,741 
1,833,619 


13,782,917 
1,766,099 


12,422,326 
1,426,525 


10,638,389 
1,464,810 


1.5,816,279 
2,010,107 


5,912,802 
1,061,716 


19,950,177 
1,715,451 


9,925,775 
1,731,366 


194,211 
49,648 


118,816 
42,433 


127,171 
45;013 


92,485 
35,995 


81,127 
34,075 


101175 

47,505 


142,878 
62,674 


251,051 
116,9.51 


327,068 
139,716 


15,023.961 
2.122,837 


14,552,996 
2,135,267 


14,000,221 
2,045,123 


12,600,493 
1,684,455 


10,814,104 
1,738,216 


16,011,137 
2,280,493 


6,123,859 
1,284.602 


20,272,286 
2,028,331 


10, .350, 907 

2,157,824 


167,079 


164,588 


180,246 


136,910 


121,943 


140,611 


159,271 


191,890 


214,057 


554,268 
200,919 


496,224 
164,927 


536,898 
160,356 


533,202 
157,486 


567,923 
162,348 


566,482 
153,483 


712,949 
212,103 


607,090 
228/J95 


725,328 
359,675 


270,117 


292,349 


206,021 


195,607 


168,297 


111,470 


116,835 


131,238 


109,890 


140,259 


115,516 


109,892 


174,015 


119,299 


116,416 


162,193 


188,662 


243,699 


214,418 


210,801 


231,354 


219,985 


220,560 


220,563 


309,142 


328,332 


413,149 


.596,892 


402,790 


348.230 


281,231 


298,861 


4.57,927 


451,061 


427,198 


500,018 


121,191 


129,593 


114,058 


102,297 


74,306 


80,577 


131,788 


121,624 


139,7;50 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 13. — Statement of the Quantities and Valued of the Principal 









Q 


CANTITIES AND VALUES. 




Principal Articles. 
















1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


Wood and inanuf<actures of :— 
Furniture, house, cabinet or 
office , . . . 


$ 


185,633 


221,804 


238,745 


290,512 


354,689 


318,518 


Sawed boards, planks, deals, 
and other lumber undressed / M, ft. 
or dressed on one side only \ 


























Manufactures of wood, N.E.S. 


s 


523,454 


495,303 


443,515 


437,445 


452,550 


396,924 


Lumter and timber, N. E. S . . , 


$ 


441,132 


288,513 


221,481 


420,421 


353,234 


184,930 


Timber, squared or sided, N. f 
E.S,.. \ 

Logs and round unmanufactur- 
ed timber, N.O.P 


Tons. 














9,539 
493,236 


623 
336,886 


280,672 


360,337 


256,475 


859,898 


Cherry, chestnut, gumwood/M. ft. 
and hickory and whitewood \ % 


314 
12,177 


1,387 
44,989 

2,136 
64,163 




3,302 
68,256 


3,523 

107,871 


4,175 




130,715 


Oak IV*- 


1,745 
51,174 


3,745 

98,547 


3,531 

82,184 


5,822 
114,417 


12,244 
241,023 


Pitch pine {^'%^' 


2,560 
48,221 


2,360 
47,033 


3,520 
68,616 


4,037 
83,694 


9,080 
171,802 


6,924 
152,498 


Walnut {V*- 


3,088 
154,274 


4,896 

287,273 


5,716 
258,250 


3,812 
180,881 


4,342 
143,373 


2,42i 
117,908 


All other . 


Lbs. 


570,139 


683,235 


854,401 


741,751 


992,509 


768,409 


Totals 


2,488.979 


2,469,822 


2,464,2271 2,665,481 


2,946,920 


3,170,823 


Wool and manufactures of :— 
Cloths...'. j 








a,355,495 
1,058,910 


1,975,097 
1,622,001 


1,841,661 
1,.505,858 


Coatings j 


Lbs. 


4,406,751 
*3, 332,702 


5,574,118 
%041,600 


4,999,624 
*3,533,355 


1,278,717 

' 788,716 


1,236,869 
781,538 


1,070,982 
662,912 


( 


Lbs. 








1,260,479 
1, 950,802 


1,435,096 
1,141,256 


1,156,214 


Tweeds | 








971,148 


Flannels, including plain and f 
checked, of all colours ..... I. 


Lbs. 


299,060 
226,328 


298,135 
224,193 


260,037 
209,859 


324,116 
244,305 


334,995 
263,913 


244,499 
196,376 


Shirts and drawers and hosi- / 
ery knitted goods, N.E.S..\ 


Lbs. 

S 


372,232 

489,^^48 


393,058 
481,231 


429,437 
472,776 


413,700 
443,567 


520,222 
527,047 


332,127 
341,818 


Shawls 


S 


214,641 


261,648 


236,822 


207,373 


178,136 


118,834 


Socks and stockings of wool, 
worsted, the hair of the Al-/ 
paca goat, &c . , . ( 


Lbs. 

% 






198,705 
238,814 


289,027 
315,192 


336,926 
374,978 


325,727 
369,556 


Yarns, except mohair ■ 


Lbs. 


241,421 
190,091 


269,382 
204,217 


194,853 
156,138 


187,029 
140,667 


151,846 
116,759 


180,729 
136,528 


Wool not further prepared/ 
than washed, N.E.S t 


Lbs. 


11,958,740 
1,785,828 


12,038,693 
1,875,651 


8,398,902 
1,322,783 


10,664,166 
1,605,355 


8,905,261 
1,729,056 


7,848,802 
1,398,746 



*Cassimere8, cloths, coatings, doeskins, tweeds, meltons, &c. + Yards. X Pairs. 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles of Merchandise Imported into Canada, &c. — Continued. 



2oa 



Quantities and Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899, 


1900. 


336,513 


312,989 


276,989 


262,778 


276,463 


285,512 


282,565 


327,719 


395,50^ 








13,266 
177,526 


22,259 
255,712 

302,241 


32.347 
331,937 

337,735 


32,652 

384 767 


46,870 
569,416 


36,309 
574 383 






J 


332,712 


307,125 


300,066 


248,595 


304,820 


370,839 


502,994 


98,151 


104,015 


135,325 


20,057 


'^ 14, 614 


^ 8,600 


7,819 


14,957 


10,431 








37,607 
187,367 


68,813 
341 048 


68,420 
357,132 

189,577 


462 363 


i99Ji32 










199,415 


232,723 


266,990 


685,110 


399,748 


286,718 


136,918 


406,845 


432,224 


4,121 
119,287 


5,983 
190,622 


6,050 
207,569 


4,826 
142,516 


5,745 
145,326 


5,428 
156,833 


7,212 
227,280 


6,918 
208,321 


7,623 
272,462 


10,636 
243,093 


9,859 
195,742 


9,547 

208,928 


8,627 
184,202 


8,556 
207,191 


16,001 
339,540 


24,863 

484,782 


19,703 
543,536 


29,548 

887,274 


6,569 
120,448 


3,056 
59,591 


8,697 
171,942 


7,701 
139.253 


7,579 
131,540 


10,936 
162,906 


16,813 
295,748 


15,642 
304,209 


19,089 
398,211 


2,749 
134,700 


2,152 
110,412 


1,574 

70,835 


1,399 
55,678 


1,645 

52,998 


1,528 
44,550 


2,322 
56,049 


1,566 
50,404 


2,525 
86,659 


800,412 


827,646 


735,672 


656,690 


890,345 


787,906 


863,551 


1,086,414 


1,243,736 


2,418,039 


2,375,132 


2,792,436 


2,474,410 


2,904,196 


3,002,228 


3,506,662 


4,081,792 


5,003,298 


2,209,763 
1,722,239 


2,319,426 
1,744,062 


2,212,844 
1,526,051 


2,163,771 
1,459,356 


2,379,316 
1,594,179 


1,807,596 
1,173,988 


tl,943,880 
1,110,399 


+2,517,600 
.1,443,771 


12,337,209 
1,338,515 


1,076,039 
673,154 


1,270,560 
751,450 


917,145 
569,466 


993,518 
601,907 


857,649 
513,283 


702,412 
428,073 


1928,243 
490,665 


+935,828 
551,051 


+970,080 
581,170 


939,509 
781,168 


1,050,143 
846,708 


754,153 
609,100 


510,740 
371,328 


587,382 
412,582 


. 587,893 
411,982 


+791,388 
428,650 


+849,870 
513,513 


+1,427,821 
843,625 


279,539 
212,362 


273,791 
209,305 


226,993 
149,259 


142,004 
95,120 


109,566 
70,355 


109,477 

58,427 


t360,856 
57,402 


+475,568 
64,810 


+542,522 
84,334 


424 390 


319,594 
309,029 


252,988 
261,822 


143,620 
180,730 


183,534 
239,790 


144,857 
161,203 


. 






393,965 


161,042 


210,763 


125,329 


133,386 


155,181 


123,887 


91,120 


71,102 


58,466 


57,114 


77,448 


73,174 


349,837 
384,431 


445,277 
456,173 


i 407,267 

I :8,273 
420,588 


} 12,790,148 
402,594 


+3,420,959 
503,557 


+2,952,295 
415,081 


+3,620,628 
488,664 


+4,640,784 
648,157 


+5,128,788 
635,239 


281,141 
197,860 


259,868 
172,721 


258,156 
166,831 


479,103 

199,988 


343,226 
177,150 


347,072 
162,156 


462,723 
213,195 


731,963 
309,095 


906,707 
404,766 


10,224,086 
1,694,702 


10,503,645 
1,651,440 


7,166,253 
1,085,254 


7,750,050 
1,129,389 


8,992,244 
1,215,580 


5,704,194 
878,339 


11,785,899 

1,885,489 


9,413,739 
1,33.5,096 


8,054,699 
1,574,834 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 13. — Statemknt of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Quantities and Values. 



Principal Articles. 



1886. 



Wool and manufactures of : — Con. I 

All fabrics composed wholly or / Yds. j 

inpartof wool, worsted, &c. \ $ ! 3,115,506 
Clothing,ready-made,and wear- \ 

ing apparel of every descrip- 
tion, (except knitted goods). S 



1887 



Carpets, Brussels 



Tapestry 



Yds^ 



Yds 



^671,116 
2,056,683 



8*8,577 



Felt : pressed, of all kinds, not 
filled or covered by or with f Lbs. 
anj^ woven fabric \ .$ 



All other. 



60,885 



4,284,676 

*972,966 
2,789,764 



*l,i27;744 



203,885 



18S8. 



1889. 



1890. 



23,019,257 
3,112.449 



23,677,187 
3,578,607 



721,264 827,402 
2,170,603 3,355,'622 



923,032' 973,212 



297,827 i 316,021 



87,714 119,555i 100,121 



196,256, 234,326! 135,211 715.355 



22,469,029 
3,730,549 



940,876 

798,132 
499,070 

1,311,747 
470,526 



350,105 
145,091 

312,557 



Totals $ I 11,121,678 13,795,966 11,182,058| 11,949,584 



Miscellaneous Articles : — 

Articles imported by, and for 
the use of the Dominion Gov- 
ernment, or any of the De- 
partments thereof, or by and 
for the Senate and House of 
Commons, &c., &c .. . . . . $ 

Articles for the use of the Army 
and Navy § 

Articles for use in the fisheries. $ 



12,833,353 



464,562i 670,313 



286,858 322,430 



577,990 

62,822 



662,389 
122,088 



425,484 448,720 



Settlers' eflFects. 



Coin and bullion 

Total Values of Principal and 
other Articles ... 



1,336,717' 1,469,726 1,669,327 



3,610,557 



532,218| 2,175,472 



599,503 
370,194 

428,464 



1,797,112 1,810,217 



1891. 



20,539,831 
3,355,840 



876,151 

724,437 
494,109 

1,507,162 

507,831 



240,835 
101,001 

329,277 



11,365,985 



412,209 

408,434 

435,333 

1,778,556 



575,251 1,083,011 1,811,170 



S 104,424,561 112,892,236;110,894,630|ll5,224,931'121,858,241 



119,967,638 



^Includes " Socks and stockings.' 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles of Merchandise Iiuported into Canada, &c. — Concluded, 



20& 



Quantities and Valued 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


19,866,596 


22,579,859 
3,781,191 


16,759,125 
3,365,297 


13,054,410 
2,661,481 


15,374,555 
3,183,124 


12,375,023 
2,537,690 




3,377!094 




3,497,006 


3,024,634 


3,359,856 


985,181 


1,125,292 


1,019,345 


830,148 


846,069 


820,707 


972,820 


1,151,674 


1,151,933 


729,873 
505,313 


708,654 
448,733 


632,511 

387,048 


528,914 
320,910 


574,078 
323,958 


416,245 
234,911 


488,278 
288,315 


667,393 

414,688 


811,104 
493,789 


1,574,182 
477,348 


1,880,160 
588,560 


1,669,908 
491,489 


1,233,356 
369,449 


1,229,215 
392,781 


1,074,601 
333,125 


1,23.3,475 
403,559 


1,444,352 
468,916 


1,404,427 
465,648 


371,010 
141,463 


394,544 
137,744 


414,243 
170,029 


325,496 
116,911 


348,104 
125,088 


402,696 
128,054 


463,578 
183,323 


449,988 
178,083 


432,748 
173,399 


289,820 


276,547 


258,148 


286,389 


320,839 


223,252 


369,748 


436,649 


422,408 


12,089,398 


12,654,136 


10,603,614 


9,116,820 


. 9,989, 43^- 


8,025,454 


10,135,019 


11,180,808 


11,728,019 


297,473 


355,806 


423,658 


207,522 


314,767 


234,811 


354,367 


856,451 


712,133 


487,468 


637,806 


470,735 


552,242 


473,756 


1,693,511 


635,482 


387,930 


597,643 


473,082 


434,057 


444,540 


518,891 


525,141 


540,626 


483,678 


536,028 


609,884 


2,024,718 


2,210,794 


3,322,499 


2,540,681 


2,188,975 


2,233,730 


2,828,675 


2,805,956 


3,065,410 


1,818,530 


6,534,200 


4,023,072: 


4,576,620 


5,226,319 


4,676,194 


4,390,844 


4,705,134 


8,297,438 


127 406 068 


129,074,268 


123,474,940 110,781,682 


118,011,508 


119,218,609 


140,323,053 


162,764,308 


189,622,513 



206 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

Xo. 14. — Statemkxt of the Quantities and Values of the Principal ArticU's of .VFer- 

inclusive. ( /'Vom 



Principal Articles. 



Quantities and Values. 



Animals, living : — 

Cattle, horned \ © ' 



Horses 



/ No. 



f No. 



Sheep 

All other $ 

Totals S 



Books, photographs, &c, 
Breadstuffs, viz. : — 
Grain : — 

Barley 

Beans 



(Bush. 

\ $ 

fBush. 

I S 



Buckwheat -j © ' i 



Indian corn. 



Oats. 



Pease . . . 

I. split. 

Kye 



( Bush. 

\ 3 

r Bush. 

I $ 

( Bush. 

\ $ 

fBush. 

\ $ 

r Bush. 



Wheat {^^^-I 



All other , 



Totals, grain.. . . 

Grain products, viz. 

Bran 



Oatmeal. 



Wheat flour 



r Bush. 

I S 

TBush. 

\ S 

f Cwt. 

\ d 

( Brls. 

\ s 

f Brls. 

\ $ 



All other $ 

Totals, grain products. S 

All other breadstuff s $ 

Grand totals, breadstuffs § 



1886. 



92,661 
5,916,551 

16,951 
2,232,623 

359,488 
1,184,106 



18^ 



116,490 
6,521,320 

19,081 
2,350,926 

443,628 
1,595,340 



134,285; 227,786 



9,467,5651 10,695,372 



97,5651 130,004 



8,554,302 
5,724,693 

156,171 
156,309 



2,667,401 
1,390,796 

4,215,329 
1,478,435 

3,219,159 
2,207,120 



9,456,964 

5,257,889 

198,467 
207,625 



3,373,764 
1,646,736 

2,048,240 
653,837 

3,975,771 
2,507,404 



• 170, 764 1 
98,666 

5,705,874 
5,190,424 

89,711 
40,701 



24,778,711 
16,287, 14 1 



116,107 
64,513 

79,409 
320,908 

415,397 

1,875,979 

246,380 



124,42 
67,269 

9,127,045 

7,859,538 

68,303 
29,211 



1888. 



100,748 
5,012,788 

20,505 
2,563,407 

395,320 
1,283,537 

133,345 

8,993,077 



1889. 



102,980 
5,714,526 

17,874 
2,226,892 

360,939 
1,276,918 

120,876 



1890. 



9,339,212 



81,478 
6,952,185 

16,709 
2,007,533 

316,013 
1,276,999 

118,384 

10,355,101 



84,010 



9,370,158 
6,494,416 

66,919 
125,259 



66,303i 



89,441 



9,948,2171 
6, 464, 592 1 

303,383 
406,925 



1,203,195 4,386,259 
795,963 2,191,110 



9,975,911 
4,600,422 

185,806 
252,785 



566,721 
185,010 

2,164,069 
1,532,245 



26 
14 

7,299,694 
6,416,954 

18,618 
12,655 



417,906 
154,119 

1,982,853 
1,449,417 



1891. 



117,765 
8,774,769 

11,868 
1,572,564 

299,.587 
1,150,865 

65,357 



11,563,555 



93,385 



1,785,349 
1,744,957 

71,261 
40,083 



6,624,746 
2,999,843 

846,895 

277,805 

2,488,142 
1,714,633 

I 
239,971 
170,279: 

504,967 
254,897 

2,580,801 
2,394,130 

47,756 
24,0028 



4,892,334 

2,929,885 

324,065 
496,507 



3,554,255 
1,803,453 

345,647 
156,846 

2,567,564 
1,858,343 

186,801 
174,282 

379,912 
250,440 

4,539,363 
4,102,734^ 

80,748 
37,108 



28,372,98li 
18,229,509: 



20,689,400 18,895,228 
15,502,516' 12,451,203 



111,431 

73,788| 

I 

48,062; 

189,222 

531,152 
2,366,472 



64,384! 
49,655; 

14,359, 
54,951 



355,883 
1,603,712 



168,573[ 205,502 



88,370 
72,080 

63,731 
237,9.37 

156,360 

7(ii),478 

187,773: 



23,494,995 

12,688,822 



107,398 
87,153 

89,122 
306,991 

149,959 
661,072 

234,138 



16,870,689 
11,809,598 



2,507,780! 
19, 193 1 



2,798,055 
27,959 



18,814,1171 21,055,523 



1,913,820 
12,750 



17,489,086 



1,267,268 
11,172 



1,289,354 
16,509 



13,729,643 



13,994,685 



190,474 
163,788 

11,988 
45,987 

313,280 
1,460,300 

105,648 



1,775,723 
14,658 



13,599,979 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 207 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

chandise Exported from Canada during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1886 to 1900, 
Canadian Returns.) 



Quantities and Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


107,180 


107,225 


86,063 


93,806 


104,735 


161,377 


213,064 


212,504 


205,581 


7,749,399 


7,745,103 


6,499,717 


7,121,148 


7,086,822 


7,159,599 


8,729,990 


8,576,371 


9,090,696 


11,306 


13,387 


9,414 


15,332 


22,887 


19,208 


16,423 


13, .505 


10,893 


1,484,431 


1,588,007 


1,178,806 


1,547,867 


2,441,118 


1,952,071 


1,840,989 


1,077,907 


1,269,535 


331,276 


362,455 


234,100 


291,862 


393,339 


31,3,410 


351,789 


405,334 


459,944 


1,429,067 


1,288,540 


849,651 


1,627,089 


2,1.54,623 


1,002,011 


1,272,077 


1,541,132 


1,894,012 


64,071 


224,717 


79,008 


61,375 


91,075 


150,036 


71,714 


95,992 


75,759 


10,726,968 


10,846,367 


8,607,182 


10,357,479 


11,773,638 


10,263,717 


11,914,770 


11,291,402 


12,330,002 


99,121 


92,487 


84,566 


85,981 


96,081 


119,959 


147,985 


135,154 


178,731 


5,202,768 


2,044,235 


597,405 


1,708,370 


840,726 


1,831,094 


527,158 


386,768 


2, .551, 949 


2,613,363 


946,151 


264,200 


720,718 


316,029 


566,505 


199,068 


179,519 


1,200,852 


31?, 872 


276,955 


218,897 


351,035 


254,503 


264,744 


273,684 


304,537 


312,443 


412,553 


356,840 


265,900 


425,486 


259,004 


195,543 


200,093 


239,238 


335,542 




594,604 


511,216 


379,794 


405,000 


479, .555 


721,219 


334,492 


274,580 




277,681 


277,033 


174,056 


173,689 


181,733 

7,229,897 


297,491 


178,637 
16,150,779 


146,055 


2,050,656 


2,839,209 


10,382,630 


1,535,356 


2,499,080 


14,332,939 


11,7(51,024 


1,340,755 


1,527,498 


4,955,397 


800,365 


1,131,429 


2,749,953 


5,167,043 


6,411,495 


4,758,778 


6,440,048 


7,278,194 


3,359,525 


935,814 


1,001,956 


7,247,991 


10,925,602 


11,098,279 


8,059,963 


2,249,932 


2,555,322 


1,236,570 


323,549 


285,418 


1,835,721 


3,320,718 


3,536,937 


2,489.048 


4,444,548 


3,255,812 


3,194,216 


2,130,778 


1,564,545 


3,971,815 


3,145,918 


2,787,816 


2,913,842 


3,266,078 


2,441,437 


2,237,516 


1,622,919 


1,142,907 


2,310,710 


1,729,444 


1,837,303 


2,003,164 


207,535 


158,536 


184,530 


128,346 


212,168 


149,254 


129,347 


132,250 


165,210 


195,381 


137,198 


154,005 


107,740 


168,304 


100,218 


104,287 


123,493 


155,694 


2,597,927 


298,589 


204,334 


62,942 


5(\228 


482,157 


1,540,933 


896,335 


569,198 


2,178,761 


225,331 


114,351 


33,003 


22,822 


226,000 


827,973 


572,593 


335,899 


13,659,020 


13,008,029 


14,180,252 


11,945,658 


13,219,302 


13,141,338 


23,914,628; 17,468,559 


22,456,517 


12,056,832 


10,152,016 


9,556,788 


7,326,736 


8,007,957 


9,265,326 


21,933,102 


14,043,972 


16,368,889 


706,583 


39,958 


4,503 


7,489 


269 


1,761 


3,256 


7,539 


1,907 


377,411 


22,433 


1,999 


2,861 


206 


546 


1,433 


3,926 


1,260 


35,624,957 


29,794,121 


32,837,508 


19,185,582 


20,047,777 


.34,799,606 


55.514,684] 49,567.354 


49,066,633 


24,691,066 


18,641,907 


19,063,759 


11,537,433 


11,507,765 


17,432,255 


33,780,652j 27,127,113 


27,795,ldl 


187,688 


255,648 


134,564 


119,137 


139,472 


173,849 


270,684i 229,340 


192,567 


146,126 


181,152 


96,549 


87,259 


112,568 


122,570 


165,848 


168,120 


145,206 


103,174 


156,512 


92,262 


80,263 


110,577 


153,865 


176,821 


119,986 


145,867 


415,315 


626,477 


319,783 


276 310 


36-, 550 


468,399 


554,759 


396,568 


474,991 


399,118 


431,116 


480,275 


325,329 


244,290 


481,764 


1,254,864 


808,605 


771,022 


1,860,491 


1,798,878 


1,842,875 


1,119,163 


895,148 


l,720,3ol 


5,446,016 


3,145,874 


2,800,347 


56,980 


17,328 


12,220 


17,589 


15,875 


20,641 


19,782 


12,575 


28,660 


2,478,912 


2,623,835 


2,271,427 


1,500,321 


1,389,141 


2,331,971 


6, 186, 405 i 3,723,137 


3,449,204 


17,542 


78,980 


44,919 


24,775 


37,?24 


43,674 


19,916 


70,383 


45,508 


27,187,520 


21,344,722 


21,380,105 


13,062,529 


12,934,230 


19,807,900 


39,986,973 


30,920,633 


31,289,893 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 14. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 


Quantities and Values. 


1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


1889. 


1890. 

1 


1891. 


Carriages, carts, wagons, 
bicycles, &c 8 


25,992 


23,035 


21,140 


34,724 


1 

1 

i 24,653 


34,260 


Coal, coke, &c.:— 

Coal, bituminous | ^''^'" 

All other S 


563,822 
1,598,877 


613,922 

1,729,789 


646,097 

1,927,808 


731,115 

2,428,928 


811,659 
2,684,250 

i 39,586 


903,791 
3,081,469 

67,228 












Totals $ 


1,598,877 


1,729,789 


1,927,808 


2,428,928 2,723,836 


3,148,697 


Cordage, twine, rope, &c. . . $ 
Cotton and manufactures of. $ 


26,307 

28,217 


31,519 
18,596 


49,308 
124,253 


34,249 

221,866 


24,218 
174,976 


37,667 
230,230 


Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c.:— 
Extract of hemlock T Brls. 
bark \ $ 

All other 6 


13,899 
167,017 


9,499 
136,077 


9,881 
158,403 


9,689 
159,039 


11,250 
162,042 

111,497 


10,979 
187,176 

95,989 


Totals. . S 

Fertilizers, &c.:— 

Phosphates I "^1"^- 

Another $ 


167,017 


136,077 


158,403 


159,039 


273,539 


283,165 


25,974 
431,951 


23,943 
415,449 


21,849 
397,493 


23,158 
364,583 




29,715 
401,827 

4,291 


24,257 
422,200 

5,150 


Totals 8 


431,951 


415,449 


397,493 


364,583 


406,118 


427,350 


Fish and fish products :— 
Cod, haddock, ling and/ Cwt. 
pollock, dry salted.. 1 ^ 

Herring, pickled or/ Brls. 
salted ... I $ 

Halibut, fresh { ^|*^- 

ckerel, fresh [ ^^^ 

pickled .. {^f- 

Lobsters, fresh | -^l^^' 

A ( Lbs. 
„ canned -! ^ 

Salmon, fresh | ^ " 

canned { ^^^• 

Fish, all other fresh $ 

All other $ 


761,871 
2,386,608 

69,736 
203,948 

283,140 
13,266 

333,794 
13,916 

96,471 
509,449 

32,077 
81,761 

14,215,676 
1,677,254 

2,255,220 
223,710 

4.087,223 
413,817 

426,396 

621,898 


867,093 
2,605,265 

71,135 

250,482 

278,990 
11,382 

2,282,687 
42,495 

94,527 
658,569 

31,996 

80,782 

12,846,633 
1,388,343 

1,346,742 
142,761 

5,335,019 
602,465 

461,849 

398,029 


798,953 
3,154,236 

84,811 
312,299 

2a5,400 
11,086 

1,407,193 
41,213 

65,747 
579,715 

30,039 
109,024 

11,470,815 
1,229,411 

1,509,509 
165,876 

8,303,190 
918,823 

578,214 

505,166 


733,490 
3,176,075 

82,842 
321,225 

296,864 
14,414 

644,805 
40,371 

29,659 
405,524 

25,189 
110,835 

9,288,977 
1,098,992 

1,128,976 
125,015 

6,738,473 
752,821 

603,663 

412,887 


734,167 
3,049,853 

92,280 
313,569 

258,035 
15,757 

925,536 
48,459 

36,995 
533,824 

29,359 
140,639 

8,064,811 
1,006,291 

992,362 
112,547 

17,925,494 
2,069,874 

577,745 

292,394 


768,136 
3,268,012 

104,850 
343,244 

376,962 
23,065 

3,737,754 
156,419 

72,803 

773,780 

37,781 
179,425 

12,001,024 
1,750,768 

1,236,566 
130,838 

15,935,710 
1,745,140 

608,797 
349,301 






Totals $ 


6,572,023 


6,642,422 


7,605,063 


7,061,822 


8,160,952 


9,328,789 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles of Merchandise Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 

Quantities and Values. 



1802. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


73,921 


63,603 


96,819 


77,2p3 


113,344 


402,216 


■ 
480,288 


361,936 


255,638 


1,031,725 
3,409,107 


1,006,126 
3,3.57,185 


1,092,063 
3,545,251 


1,204,538 
3,782,696 


1,125,563 
3,457,465 


1,221.104 
3,560,827 


1,182,732 
3,456,059 


1,231.618 
3,718,826 


1,743,202 
4,771,441 


52,268 


52,818 


37,165 


25,295 


38,285 


31,654 


12,981 


23,374 


36,673 


3,461,375 


3,410,003 


3,582,416 


3,807,991 


3,495,750 


3,592,481 


3,469,040 


3,742,200 


4,808,114 


27,882 


19,995 


19,164 


51,516 


150,015 


119,169 


152,322 


141,170 


183,409 


403,508 


436,505 


614,535 


601,180 


823,338 


960,397 


578,077 


464,010 


483,345 


10,173 
157,753 


6,398 
108,085 


9,254 
127,692 


7,796 
115,894 


10,258 
174,819 


6,125 
97,483 


5,862 

84,289 


6,522 

77,607 


5,356 
64,405 


91,044 


132,815 


103,428 


164,183 


155,143 


150,497 


490,720 


305,780 


332,587 


248,797 


240,900 


231,120 


280,077 


329,962 


247,980 


575,009 


383,387 


396,992 


17,243 
380,462 


11,899 
132,475 


4,947 
40,400 


4,189 
33,810 


528 
5,280 


23 
275 


256 
1,090 


861 
9,290 


149 

2,285 


8,673 


7,706 


31,413 


32,174 


36,187 


36,584 


46,864 


52,588 


51,410 


389,1.35 


140,181 


71,813 


65,984 


41,467 


36,a59 


47,954 


61,878 


53,695 


750,324 
3,365,296 


739,319 
3,123,739 


773,909 
3,407,499 


833,362 
3,461,678 


785,368 
3,150,180 


785,897 
2,883,004 


760,517 
2,700,450 


696,513 
2,737,434 


749,943 
3,041,346 


93,674 
360,290 


107,146 
381,125 


103,564 
.327,074 


106,831 
322,249 


104,361 
295,219 


87,568 
242,316 


57,820 
188,712 


5.3,123 
186,873 


55,908 
190,011 


486,865 
35,149 


434,525 
32,992 


840,491 

60,878 


2,291,024 

102,718 


1,919,417 
84,681 


1,988,042 
104,068 


1,104,534 
63,415 


641,163 
39,826 


713,703 
42,796 


1,744,027 
100,600 


1,668,125 
73,185 


1,784,07C 
97,069 


1,553,617 

66,887 


2,770,040 
100,915 


1,255,245 
63,761 


1,488,673 
63,625 


1,457,770 
86,540 


493,482 
26,950 


76,333 

636,881 


46,954 
455,963 


44,006 
399,515 


41,843 
397,855 


21,85S 
281,267 


17,785 
193,244 


12,877 
154,075 


13,706 
169,765 


11,974 
156,844 


46,602 
254,694 


45,441 
290,966 


43,559 
258,325 


40,917 
306,775 


42,540 
340,92^ 


33,622 
330,793 


38,485 
336,725 


31,864 

367,558 


29,664 
305,493 


10,242,476 
1,658,467 


12,901,960 
1,816,725 


13,825,336 
2,102,925 


12,344,534 
1,837,076 


14,504,498 
2,149,067 


11,340,039 
2,079,679 


11,919,634 
2,291,025 


11,044,785 
2,321,655 


10,471,838 
2,372,859 


1,145,163 
126,518 


1,229,553 
123,716 


1,424,892 
134,172 


1,326,425 
124,615 


2,309,183 

222,548 


2,033,876 

191,882 


1,556,541 
135,880 


935,801 
93,439 


1,657,603 

142,238 


12,368,207 
1,254,586 


8,219,.518 

870,378 


24,042,111 
2,386,696 


20,524,350 
2,009,413 


22,481,633 
2,536,755 


27,961,895 
2,856,127 


41,648,579 
3,430,805 


25,942,171 
2,407,481 


37,047,280 
2,885,830 


687,980 


787,364 


799.548 


708,188 


904,451 


781,917 


843,807 


834,454 


1,066,500 


293,923 


302,748 


349,550 


309,772 


300,137 


276,152 


354,526 


363,245 


405,650 


8,774,384 


8,258,901 


10,323,251 


9,647,826 


10,366,14i 


10,002,943 


10,563,045 


9,608,270 


10,636,617 



10_i— u 



210 TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 14. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 




Quantities i 


k.Nn Values 






1886. 


1887. 


1888. 


1889. 


1890. 


1891. 


Flax, hemp, jute and mf's. of:— 
Flax {%^' 

Tow [%^- 


7,286 
49,301 


10,522 

82,747 


10,325 

80,207 


17,108 
121,807 


21,207 
175,563 

12,990 
95,698 

26,568 


21,877 
181,386 

15,565 
99,299 

123 










All other $ 








24,407 










Totals $ 


49,301 


82,747 


80,207 


146,214 


297,829 


280,808 


Fruits, all kinds :— 

» 1 J • J r Lbs. 


407,544 

862,993 

60,057 
923,050 


392,349 
813,197 

86,846 


93,601 
4,113 

771,971 
1,528,449 

75,754 

29,755 


91,962 

4,980 

378,475 
993,163 

36,192 

67,499 


800 650 


Apples, dried { © 

Apples, green { ^^^'- 

Berries, all kinds $ 

Another $ 




223,010 
477,414 

32,407 


40,029 

451,197 
1,390,436 

64,849 

166,864 


Totals $ 


509 911 


900,043 


1,638,071 


1,101,834 


1,671,178 


Furs and skins and mf's. of :— 
Furs and skins, undres- 
sed, the produce of fish 
or . )ther marine animals $ 
Furs and skins not 
dressed. ... $ 

All other . .... $ 


231,910 

1,644,985 

23,699 


307,732 

1,714,118 

49,664 


224,330 

1,993,743 

525,599 


212,374 

1,812,428 
42,294 


318,635 

1,562,105 

48,312 


536,049 

1,395,821 

95,961 






Totals $ 


1,900,594 


2,071,514 


2,743,672 


2,067,096 


1,929,052 


2,027,831 






Hay {^r 

Hides and skins, other than 
fur S 

Leather and mf's. of % 

Lime % 

Manufactured articles, N. 
K.S $ 


93,044 
1,001,330 

: 01,466 

367,232 

18,640 

539,831 


70,843 
743,396 

620,815 

586,707 

41,342 

598,406 


93,269 
90.,329 

578,301 

461,139 

101,842 

739,961 


91,480 
934,082 

483,750 

882,563 

131,166 

826,226 


115,162 
1,068,554 

517,212 

888,603 

175,184 

281,676 


65, (.83 
559,489 

512,405 

957,585 

15.3,265 

311,368 


Metals and minerals and 
mf's. of :— 
Copper, all kinds, in-/ Tons, 
cludinsr copper ore. . . ( $ 


5,224 
291,307 


5,267 
181,545 


2,029 
148,680 


1,343 

202,784 


2,544 
244,337 


5,497 
505,106 


Gold bearing quartz, 
dust, nuggets, &c. . $ 

'Silver ore { ^ons. 


1,210,864 

81 
25,137 


1 017,401 

40 
24,937 


810,352 

543 

299,420 


623,479 
168,265 


657,022 

238 
201,615 


554,126 

309 

238,367 


Totals, gold and silver . -S 


1,236,001 


1,042,338 

48,6J8 
1 18,846 


1,109,772 


791,744 


858,637 


792,493 


Jron and steel and mf's. of : — 
Agricultural imple'ts . . $ 

Castings, N.E.S $ 


17,224 
19,508 


155,237 
23,223 


321,391 
11,473 


367,234 
10,311 


252,620 
28,894 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles of Merchandise Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



211 



Quantities axd Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


38,4.57 
112,360 


34,864 
124,082 


27,730 
268,203 


16,692 
151,567 


15,390 

128,887 


38,022 
304,652 


5,710 

38,73r 


12,673 
75,140 


28,344 
196,769 


19,014 
114,653 


18,338 
117,143 


9,599 
71,423 


13,863 

92,148 


18,379 
93,195 


18,835 

84,728 


11,281 8,536 
43,847i 50,566 


11,749 

79,619 




7,330 


100 








2,898 


1 2,400 


53,326 




227,013 


248,555 


339,726 


243,715 


222,082 


392,278 


82,582 


128,106 


329,714 


260,517 
14,644 


3,500,633 
200,813 


1,4.30,559 

98,988 


4,178,343 
250,418 


1,009,221 
48,058 


5,550,003 
179,644 


2,552,075 
125,658 


8,167,280 
429,656 


4,181,0.38 
210,892 


691,276 
1,445,452 


1,187,673 
2,731,254 


278,313 

808,889 


8.53,369 
1,821,710 


567,745 
1,417,571 


1,665,1.39 
2,503,637 


439,5381 1,077,939 
1,307,059 2,624,470 


956,674 

2,578,853 


93,398 


97,119 


103,240 


107,825 


150,253 


132,296 


79,4641 89,348 


127,740 


188,196 


163,640 


163,068 


260,946 


237,005 


345,609 


271,330[ 571,932 


466,528 


1,741,690 


3,192,826 


1,174,185 


2,440,899 


1,852,887 


3,161,186 


1,783,511 3,715,406 


3,384,013 


1,115,968 


605,752 


1,060,192 


1,163,962 


761,387 


460,837 


370,679 


296,075 


537,242 


1,542,856 


1,481,168 


1,758,890 


1,584,285 


1,766,750 


1,599,803 


1,512.646 


1,504,481 


1,7.39,625 


49,211 


40,447 


30,759 


75,4.38 


63,433 


123,931 


41,235 


85,948 


94,885 


2,708,035 


2,127,367 


2,849,841 


2,823,685 


2,591,570 


2,184,571 


1,924,560 

37,144 

358,614 


1,886,504 


2,371,752 


84,926 
800,533 


151,881 
1,452,872 


276,858 
2,601,704 


199,1.32 
1,540,251 


214,672 
1,976,749 


113,754 
999,238 


64,428 
411,631 


175,417 
1,414,119 


505,009 


473,117 


321,902 


980,418 


1,163,953 


1,569,628 


1,121,376 


1,279,892 


1,407,202 


1,132,927 


1,009,070 


1,714,024 


1,376,660 


2,018,080 


1,-561,987 


1,630,974 


1,695,997 


1.889,507 


124,152 


106,105 


71,171 


83,595 


76,451 


56,720 


48,323 


64,113 


77,360 


292,758 


498,950 


371,271 


572,206 


530,066 

2,261 
294,230 


516,966 


577,205 


700,437 


1,472,648 


2,238 
216,603 


3,658 
395,819 


596 
88,352 


1,721 
222,657 


5,065 
550,577 


6,963 

864,778 


4,236 
922,979 


6,912 

1,.387,388 


316,177 


247,868 


• 
318,2.58 


612,729 


1,099,053 


2,804,101 


1 
3,. 588,8 i2! 3,272,702 


14,148,543 


325 
193,441 


418 
65,406 

313,274 
462,503 


*629,655 
423,707 


*1,116,217 
651,737 


*2,508,233 
1,595,548 


*4,097,212 
2,613,173 


*6,784,035j* 4,417,422 
3,519,786 2,630,281 


*2, 283, 148* 
1,354,055 


509,618 


741,965 


1,264,466 


2,694,601 


5,417,274 


7,108,628 


5,902,983 


15,502,598 


103,957 


466,479 


665,667 


595,277 


762,262 


1,444,463 


1,867,223 


1,693,581 


7,658 


10,735 


18,179 


26,938 


106,162 


130,887 


116,439 


114,405 


170,569 



10_i— 14J 



* Ounces. 



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No. 14. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Quantities and Values. 



Principal Articles. 



Metals and minerals and 
ni'fs ot— Co?i. 
Iron and steel— Con. 
Hardware 

Machines and mach'ry. 

Sewing machines 

All other 

Totals, iron and steel. . 



1886. 



Lead ore, mf s. of - g " 

Tin and manufs. of S 



Miscellaneous metals and 
minerals and mfs. of : — 

r Tons. 

\ $ 



114,662 

38,223 

255,059 

444,676 



1887 



1888. 



118,565 

35,793 

339,252 



561,094 



137,484 

51,170 

330,383 



1889. 



697, 49 < 



r24 



Asbestos 



Nickel, fine. 



f Lbs. 
• • - \ § 

Another S 

Totals, misc. metals, &c. $ 

Grand totals, met. , &c S 

Musical instruments 
Organs 

Allpther 

Totals 



2%, 465 1 372,802 



3,428 
228,355 



148,766 



100,309 
152,344 
59,085 
106,681 
751,283 



1890. 



96,917 

145,619 

46,657 

93,775 

760,513 



18; 



2,000 
10,942 



4,648^: 
323,886! 



6,563 
444,159 



240,489; 188,439 



1891. 



93,340 
151,315 

29,712 
104,517 



660,398 



36,062 



7,022 
513,909 

5,352,043 
240,499 

126,470 



I No. 



Oils, all kind^ 
Oil cake 



Provisions 
Butter. . 

Cheese . . 



Eggs 



Meats : — 

Bacon and hams 



Beef. 
Pork 



/ Cwt. 



( Lbs 



r Lbs. 

\ ^ 

r Doz. 

\ s 

r Lbs. 

1 s 

/ Lbs. 



/ Lbs. 

I $ 



290,465 


372,802 


377,121 


564,375 
2,310,204 


632,598 


880,878 


2,262.539 


2,157,779 


2,333,794 


2,509,027 


2,875,027 


2,140 
146,453 


2,837 
190,548 


3,513 
261,099 


4,034 

288,596 


4,628 
291,889 


5,677 
348,958 


20,661 


21,298 


21,326 


35,182 


46,558 


60,924 


167,114 


211,846 


282,425 


323,778 


338,447 


409,882 


66,862 


32,005 


46,380 


79,147 


68,997 


58.143 


24,401 
50,347 


45,772 
86,973 


53,991 
80,568 


65,796 
63,102 


51,658 
62,507 


93,462 
118,167 


5,64U845 
981,942 


5,716.120 
1,011,522 


4,541,150 

824,489 


2,217,986 
392,655 


3,189,083 
526,654 


3.964,844 
624,640 


85,287,817 
7,291,685 


78,780,858 
7,552,008 


90,698,876 
9,582,847 


98,364,585 
9,^7,250 


107,489,877 
10,523,946 


117,416,051 
10,434,239 


12,758,532 
1,728,082 


12,955,226 
1,827,143 


14,170,859 
2,122,283 


14,028,893 
2,159,510 


12,844,610 
1,795,913 


8,022,935 
1,160,359 


8,580,448 
655,146 


11,992,759 
925,583 


7,327,060 
687,449 


4,099,008 
384,752 


7,725,644 
647,296 


8,490,423 
693,046 


583,513 
31,303 


558,146 
26,004 


791,552 
34,360 


707,076 
36,519 


512.030 
23,596 


568,015 
25,161 


1,608,775 
76,568 


1,257,735 
70,198 


714,140 

46,885 


536,597 
35,765 


66.3,349 
37,113 


562,737 
29,826 



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213 



Quantities and Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


106,722 


102,405 


154,335 


133,173 


92,087 


123,246 


180,774 


158,834 


325,164 


119,063 


192.908 


150,430 


171,533 


256,416 


212,034 


316,127 


417,696 


668,689 


23,982 


21,558 


17,504 


17,417 


36,284 


16,278 


23,346 


20,065 


17,405 


116,037 


108,291 


76,771 


112,147 


156,088 


152,488 


172,033 


238,936 


587,100 


777,419 


898,400 


883,698 


1,126,875 


1,242,314 


1,397,195 


2,253,182 


2,817,159 


3,462,508 


5,200 


2^329 


3,312,619 
65,337 


18,058,806 
333,763 


20,301,428 
408,625 


30,123,504 
524,181 


4.3,957,021 

1,008,117 


34,058,294 
895,769 


20,165,301 
688,691 


15,826 


15,892 


13,859 


17,274 


39,532 


32,339 


47,287 


27,823 


71,244 


7,316 
514,412 


5,898 
396,718 


6,233 
340,036 


8,605 
493,325 


9,588 
482,679 


10.969 
510,917 


18.438 
510,708 


14,520 
453,176 


18,164 
490,909 


15,233,028 
617,639 


8,924,000 
427,557 


8,411,276 

808,799 


8,042,586 
599,568 


6,996,540 
486,651 


7,527,472 
498,515 


14,960,996 
970,531 


14,428,063 
994,537 


13,493,239 
1,040,498 


213,670 


269,161 


150,364 


196,693 


221,560 


202,812 


483,386 


404,329 


507,023 


1,345,721 


1,093.436 

• 


1,299,199 


1,289,586 


1,190,890 


1,212,244 


1,964,625 


1,852,042 


2,038,430 


2,870,387 


2,719,150 


3,092,410 


4,254,621 


5,870,192| 9,133,810 


13,246,647 


12,418,755 


23,150,859 


5,686 
342,297 


3,816 
268,905 


?,362 
210,588 


4,245 
255,924 


• 

4,868 5,798 
285,172! 343,800 


5,595 
312,923 


7,621 
401,334 


8,104 
440,147 


65,782 


52,298 


65,730 


54,923 


69,088; 63,524 


57,038 


69,629 


77,382 


408,079 


321,203 


276,318 


310,847 


3o4,260| 407,324 


369,961 


470,963 


517,529 


78,590 


102,397 


74,035 


75,382 


•i 
87,245; 140,224 


79,290 


63,643 


64,241 


159.206 

187^086 


101,250 
336,714 


174,664 
205,561 


78,492 
94,224 


97,57li 137,576 
121,424| 195,039 


162,150' 104,916 
198,875 143,861 


211,399 
224,162 


7,141,832 
1,273,094 


7,057,194 
1,300,199 


5,653,942 
1,114,712 


3,720,245 
709,126 


1 
6,237,349 12,555,577 
1,118,768| 2,253,481 


i 

14,355,405' 22,107,756 
2,523,664; 4,025,405 


26,980,607 
5,429,563 


128,410,730 
12,554,286 


142,311,925 
14,157,555 


163,673,885 
16,267,309 


155,780,972 
15,118,894 


169,180,4071 171,402,193 
14,283,825| 15,262,750 


208,094,410198,112,385 
18,486,168, 17,401,436 


192,573,261 
20,483,981 


7,931,206 
1,089,823 


6,805,432 
868,007 


5,141,588 
714,056 


6,500,818 
807,991 


6,520,680 7,476,636 
807,090 978,479 


10,369,996 9,652,512 
1,255,304 1,267,063 


10,187,^66 
1,457,942 


13.181,205 
1,234,652 


18,504,347 
1,970,518 


28,510,556 
2,938.551 


40,134,054 
3,806,714 


53,740,970 
4,382,465 


69,129,768 
5,843,800 


85,407,04? 
8,046,36: 


116,662,437 
10,417,771 


1.35,036,495 
12,758,525 


442,.373 
19,302 


742,766 
35,104 


3,002,404 
173,707 


6,062,395 
452,906 


597,673 

28,957 


1,871,120 
80,416 


1,086,985 
61,699 


506,360 
31,443 


3,037,780 
228,983 


810,736 
40,362 


1,402,435 
122,209 


1,451,422 
85,633 


1,057.036 
67,541 


2,281,744 

107,887 


1,391,898 
52 222 


2,220,820 
80,760 


2,479,391 
73.257 


1,461,650 
63,263 



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No. 14. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Provisions — Con. 

Meats, canned | ■'^^^• 

All other $ 

Totals § 

Seeds and bulbous roots : — 
Clover and grass . | ^|*^- 

Flaxseed {^"f"' 

All other .$ 

Totals S 

Ships { ^^' 

Spirits and wines : — 

Whiskev ( ^^}^^- 

All Other S 

Totals % 

Stone and manufactures of— 
Gravel and sand ' '^^^'''• 

Gypsum, crude -| "^ ^"^ 

All other $ 

Totals § 

Sugar, molasses, &c. . . - S 

T- {^'^- 

Tobacco and nianufs. of . . . S 

Vegetables, viz.: — 

Potatoes I ^"«h- 

' All other S 

Totals § 

Wood and manufactures of — 
Wood, unmanufactured : — 

Firewood j ^^r^^ 

Hop, hoop, telegraph 
and other poles ... S 



Quantities and Values, 



188G. 



1887. 



892,863 
90,667 

104,158! 



1888. 



l,365,105i 2,949,927 
108,404| 267,712 

48,614! 97,842 



10,959,5511 11,569.476 13,663,867 



1889. 



382,806 
30 929 

140,627 



12,698,00< 



y 150,530 



97,636 



167,788 



150,530! 97,636! 167,78!- 



46 
266,363] 



27 
199,017 



13,428 
13,210 

46,117 



59,327 



102,795 
23,195 

107,237 
114,736 

120,565 



7,139 
11,544 

39,781 



51,325 



35 
367. 1>8 



13,4.55 
23,61( 

29,3 :( 



164,453 

8,284 
7,637 

3,954 



1890. 



1,165,996 
109,103 

134,069 



13,797,690 



176,741 



176,044 



38 
303,587 



6,175 



182,916 



1891. 



2,774,536 
271,994 

71,936 



13,311,201 



355,26^ 

92 
350 

3,073 



35 
484,148 



135,627 
23,207 

148,533 
16f3,514 

122,182 



258,4961 



311,903 



103,500 

187,369 
26,153 

84,614 



2,223,077 
492,802 

64,006 



556,808 



155,178 
313,480 

106,745 



43,601 

227,179 
40,718 

93,361 



1,568,671 
439,206 

83,688 

522,894 



152,228 
311,931 

92,697 



52,94( 



217,603 
33,236 

124,515 
133,238 

132,076 



298,550 



47,67( 

179,27.^ 
36,251 

97,79i 



2,694,730 
1,050,495 

98,754 



1,149,249 



10,499 
18,840 

21,717 



40, 557 1 



13.664 
26,825 

.33,007 

59,832 



250,328 
42,067 

176,875 
189,491! 

92, 441 i 



323,999 



329,648 
60,359 

175,111 
193,899 

114,750 

369,008 



70,065 111,176 



242,699! 
44, 830 ! 

105,384 



975,851 
287,763 

70,224 



230,334 
43,863 

85,9:>8 



1,4.58,797 
495,74." 

104,899 



358,692 



35 

280,474 



20,776 
46,736 

52,405 



9,141 



324,120 
63,32& 

172,496 

184,977 

94,540 



342,843 



146,253 

245,481 
47,406 

58,552 



357,987 



156,726 
338, (X)2 

147,500 



157,505 
340,030 

97,534 



600,044 



133,271 

281,298 

92,326j 



3,668,72J> 
1,693,674 

103,691 



1,797,365 



147,780 
314,870 

144,-396 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

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215 



Quantities and Values. 



1892. 


1893. 


1894. 


1895. 

1 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 

1 


6,-^98,942 
631,584 


10,141,774 
1,006,398 


1 

7,830,708 
730,744 


i 

3,471.638 
319,868 


9,368,867 
820,605 


6,019,291 
330,124 


2,424,364 
225,089 


1,236,761 
104,718 


2,892,412 
312,290 


63,030 


121,495 


162,518 


213,014 


155,097 


430,923 


466,574 


265,860 


296,966 


16,906,123 


19,581,485 


22,187,230 


21,496,054 


21,704,694 


25,232,195 


31,14.5,625 


' 33,586,953 


41,031,513 


■ 4731644 


■ m684 


88,586 
595,875 


201,584 
834,558 


■ 

99,614 
418,754 


95,518 
412,450 


121,940 
44.5,529 


' 203.906 
747,998 


110, 91» 
360,628 







397 
205 


65,152 
71,308 


65,007 
46,599 


147,164 
125,392 


94,602 
80,568 


825,774 
' 826,843 


747,361 
1,039,689 


2,766 


.5,844 


7,507 


26,608 


14,842 


14,486 


5,679 


; 10,718 


6,643 


476,410 


240,928 


603,587 


932,474 


480,195 


552,328 


531,776 


1,585,559 


1,406,960 


56 
506,747 


42 
363,916 


43 
243,429 


31 
172,563 


57 
99.392 


30 
105,164 


39 
191,069 


15 
1 127,181 


•29 
205,618 


37,378 
90,241 


56,469 
140,834 


77,277 
176,816 


118,.595 
327,933 


134,755 
377,863 


155,902 
444,756 


100,010 

268,675 


12.3,687 
343,786 


147,9.56 
402,473 


29,408 


42,382 


39,037 


25,155 


28,204 


31,214 


20,722 


16,051 


16,958 


119,649 


183,216 


215,853 


353,088 


406,067 


475,970 


289,397 


359,837 


419,431 


2-^>,771 
60,285 


334,034 

117,760 


302,765 
96,853 


301,944 
90,093 


286,139 
119,847 


188,558 
75,136 


165,643 
80,952 


179,134 
9.3,492 


251,260 
102,151 


178, .-.18 
194,304 


176.489 
178,979 


162,412 
160,082 


160,898 
156,897 


200,857 
205,641 


180,540 
183,376 


180,350 
193,515 


163,719 
166,222 


2.33.395 
236,065 


85,640 


104,677 


81,638 


97,752 


9.5,777 


89,035 


95,391 


102,645 


155,771 


340,229 


401,416 


338,573 


344,742 


421,265 


347,547 


369,858 


362,359 


493,987 


187,041 


475,529 


177,266 


443,654 


126,013 


177.746 


144,213 


144,557 


120,171 


1,163,841 
211,714 


494,860 
78,317 


648,142 
110,452 


953,532 
132,941' 


319,665 
54,246 


3,462,975 
425,8'J7 


1,695,172 

277,388 


1,226,519 
195,125 


1,581,751 
266,866 


68,111 


129,007 


225,609 


191,284 


230,961 


%<59,215 


197,475 


177,167 


158,460 


586,196 
295,421 


1,112,838 
421,958 


1,097,576 
397,992 


1,379,043 
527,382 


596,635 
227,606 


770,396 
246,140 


1,450,078 
633,927 


651,335 
315,527 


680,527 
330,309 


80,980 


147,511 


128,714 


137,424 


109,205 


132,596 


106,915 


152,597 


176,207 


376,401 


569,469 


526,706 


664,806 


336,811 


378,736 


740,842 


468,124 


.506,516 


179,158 
370,301 


181,417 
354,429 


149,078 
287,036 


115,568 
222,189 


118,720 
222,389 


1^6,218 
173,921 


79,972 
140,897 


70,741 
123,711 


67,203 
117,751 


83,581 


114,030 


71,789 


39,730 


50,503 


61,232 


36,126 


55,182 


48,872 



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No. 14 — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 



Wood and manufactures of :— Con. 
Wood unmanufactured : — Con. 
Logs :— 

Eto (M-ft- 



Pine . . 



fM. ft. 



o fM. ft, 

Spruce { ^ 



Other. 



Lumber : — 
Deals, pine. 



M. ft. 



rSt.hd. 



Quantities and Values. 



188!. 



, ., rSt.hd. 
spruce and other s ^ 



ends 



r St.hd. 



Laths, palings and/ No. 
pickets t $ 

Planks and boards . .\^ \ 

Joists and scantlings- \ 

Staves and headings . . $ 
Other lumber, n.e.s. . . $ 

Shingles I ^J- 

SleeiJers and railroad f Pes. 
ties \ $ 

Timber, square : — 

Birch {Tons. 

f Tons. 

• • t S 

r Tons. 

• • ■ ■ \ s 

/ Tons. 

y s 



Elm . . 

Oak 

Pine, red 



„ white ( ^J^- 

Other (To^««- 

Wood for pulp % 



1887. 



2,869 
24,452 

17,566 
82,016 

45,872 
207,651 



86,661 
3,821,047 

182,941 
4,658,129 

10,993 
302,367 

237,744 
402,106 

612,819 
6,965,581 



185,196 

423,385 

403,133 

102,866 
210,825 

1,361,575 

388,127 



37,735i 
265,273 

20,771 
273,645 

43,198 
828,149 

17,836 
137,411 

177,849! 
1,887,820 

10,971 
170,733 



6,350, 
49,2421 

17,526| 

88,773j 

42,858 
208,623 



84,856 
3,580,790 

193,010 
4,775,677 

11,955 

275,508| 

314,884 i 
457,725; 

603,246' 
7,252,600 

17,654 
145,349 

335,248 

760,265 

112,027 
241,376 

1,807,818 
400,614 



18,947 
132,936 

10, 701 i 
129,922j 

22,734 

427,289j 

9,868 
82,370' 

lll,440i 
1,422,335: 

6,956! 
130,311 



1888. 



21,916! 
106,519 

i 
468 

3,875 

I 

20,714 
99,450 

29,285 
195,789 



60,679 
2,399,148 

184,032 
4,571,490 

10,437 
263,924 

313,655 

480,806 

671,030 
8,081,385 

30,841 
241,341 

244,743; 

1,177,677 

197,796 
408,339 

.2,632,543 
549,114 



18,708 
136,717 

8,861 
106,760| 

25,224' 

487,902: 

9,817' 
96,712; 

125,697 
1,517,730 j 

10,0031 
174,225 



1889. 



27,294 
136,754 

10,839 
94,287 

20,403 
138,763 

35,328 
207,290 



57,558' 

2,313,217 

I 

186,779 

4,900,332 

10,133 
244,373 

325,339' 
489,7361 

746,776 
8,618,306; 

21,395; 
167,842| 

410,194 

957,021 

238,681 
496,815i 



1890. 



28,413 
144,935 

32,144 

261,1. 26 

26,082 
157,112 

16,896 
118,856 



94,366 
3,803,539 

215,646 

5,871,470 

10,683 
33^,973 

337,0^^4 
477,009 

713,436 
8,104,577 

20,448 
170 424 

410,769; 

884,920' 

216,357 
460,742 



2,406,648 
484,682 


1,696,566 
346,401 


1,612,659 
339.685 


19,710 
160,331 


28,370 
234,634 


25,270 
204,577 


15,084 
198,173 


18,365 
256,165 


15,634 
204,236 


28,830 
610,845 


40,761 
860,130 


26,813 
553,272 


10,735 
107,522 


10, .347 
105,549 


9,083 
83,340 


150,784 
2,030,526 


175,265 
2,698,965 


14.-), 686 
2,052,060 


9,149 
133,747 


14419 
208,682 


9,595 
143,638 



1891. 



27,470 
155,503 

36,699 
313,281 

28,494 
158,334 

12,801 
103,098 



82,116 
2,923,107 

210,513 
5,497,590 

11,191 

281,098 

353,853 
520,045 

807,8.59 
8,963,434 

21,441 

174,882 

419.586 

551,433 

273,844 
578,083 



80,0051 



188,998 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEML'NTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles of Merchandise Exported from Canada, (fee. — Continued. 



(Quantities and Values. 



217 



1892. I 1893. 1894. I 1895. 189fi. 1897. : 1898. 1899. 1900 



34,116 

208,709 

73,903 
651,540 

23,434 

141,168 

18,369 
114,506 



64,964 
2,431,714 

179,724 
4,602,919 

12,051 

290,708 

318,153 
474,717 

740,786 
8, 353, 055 1 

17,501 ' 
138,4781 

462,911 

398,167 

347,867 
719,548 

1,467,839 
261,036 



29,363 

235,277 

16,213 
219,762 

25,298 
480,216 

7,131 
62,041 

123,994 
1,645,711 

8,998j 
108,280 



33,615 
219,065 

127,101 
1,057,345 

21,103! 
123,254' 

16,812' 
117,890 



70,130 
3,116,924; 

195,337, 
5,063,6781 

12,1901 

295,478: 

367,427 
608, 336 1 

878, 866 I 
9,904,491 

22,203 
191,127 

615,064 

905,458; 

417,116! 

849,4711 

l,411.90i; 
215,150: 



20,698 
212,090 

15,504 
208,011 

27,102 
580,745 

8,044 
78,130 

105,789 
1,481,155 

8,533 
104,693 



219,458 386,092 



23,560' 
152,221! 

279,707 
2,459,354 

17,930| 
107,282^ 

19,363' 
142,990 



65,843 
2,768,2318 

219,730 
5,567,739 

16,614 
484,324 

357,134 
552,171: 

669,900 
7,964,970 

22,543 
187,438 

641,460 

459,331 

388,586 
754,743 

891,254 
131,765 



16,808 

127,591 

t 

10,692' 
143,809 

25,857: 
579,557; 

6,849' 
74,458: 

109,517! 
1,571, 73r 

12,148 
152,690 

393,260 



34,141 
205,084 

212,251 

1,800,725 

25,095 
90,990 

12,245 
70,616 



01,108 
2,369,027 

208,068 
5,271,898 

16,070 
464,260 

362,6-4 
495,860 

070,972 
7,441,256 

22,627 
184,680 

038,272' 

639,049. 

362,205 
689,613! 

881,143 
130,208 



14,841 
111,305 

12,572 
163,866 

18.719 
411,470 

3,510 

34,688 

75,532 
1,125,8371 



18,961 
124,988 

157,449 
1,423,989 

15,182 

86,075 

13,635! 
96,269i 



84,517 
3,061,537 

223,432 
5,579,746 

17,911 
520,640 

42'7,C53 
528,395 

818,643 
8,513,710 

45,129 
402,454 



7,603 
93,603 



701,9831 

! 

688,382 

465,736 
899,547 

1,287,061 
213,622 



27,076 

228,876 

16,291 
209,409 

29,043 

014,028 

8,865 
108,436 

93,990 
1,570,052 

9,406 
120,999 



11,987 

77,9781 

218,100 
1,832,352 

19,693 
107,073 

12,862 
108,699 



68,157 
3,313,357 

262,946 
7,094,485 

19,628 
637,193 

433,234 
515,276 

1,074,537 

10,832,185 

49,99() 
437,974 

699,431 

342,009 

683,680! 
1,201,502 

1.325,938 
229,780 



408,359 027,805 



24,250 

194,080 

12,107 
170,089 

31,313 

540,288 

4,932 
52,439 

92 503 
1,352,009 

5,894 
83,948 

711,152 



8,483 0,401 

53,784 44,087 

180,049 101,927! 

1,010,671 1,398,454 

5,526 8,143' 

33,885 49,769 

10,583 8,760 

95,977: 76,792 



78,786 
3,885,448 

292,743 
7,918,366 

22,224 
641,068 

339, (•»05 
376,281 

515,277 
5,625,391 

31. 584 1 
246,273! 

401,583 

277,953 

505,839 
994,438 

701,810} 
101,191! 



16,205 
143,023 

10,009 
222,529 

33,841 
740,502 

5,834 
02,011 

101,533 
1,704,074 

4,745 
70,343 



92,373 
4,193,028 

29.5,355 
7,848,437 

20,830 
770,4,58 

332,998 
432, 323 1 

649,2991 

6,885,762! 

29,118! 
234, 968 1 

527, 13 1 1 

I 
374,5911 

504,0171 
970,301' 

529,0081 
84,3051 



20,1011 
204,1801 

15,327! 
221,0631 

25, 040 i 
557,5921 

5,259! 
01, 001 I 

97,093! 
1,356,654! 

5,389! 
80,584! 



912, 04r 842,086! 



10,127 
74,721 

50,305 
494,311 

9,711 
03,078 

18,223 
128,520 



71,890 
3,286,598 

307,037 
8,287,900 

19,700 
564,.s(>9 

355,705 
532,106 

842,721 
9,618,526 

26,402 
235,604 

549, 81() 

561,239 

609,209 
1,131,506 

1,297,003 
221,906 



24,857 
229, .554 

13,094 
205,131 

19,531 

405,008 

5,000 
05,001 

70.ri4!l 
1,254,457 

15,031 
101,094 

902,772 



218 



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No. 14. — Statement of the Quantities and Values of the Principal 



Principal Articles. 






Quantities and Values 






1886. 


1 ! 

1887. i 1888. 1 1889. 

1 i 


1890. 


1891. 


Wood and manufactures of :- 
Wood unmanufactured— C 

All other wood unmanu- 
factured 


-Con. 
on. 

$ 

Lbs. 

$ 

S 

$ 

% 

$ 
$ 
$ 


645,569 


779,054: 892,117 


999,288 


813,790 


873,129 


Totals, wood unman- 
ufactured 


22,702,840 


22,080,635 22,721,255 


24,337,608 


27,182,897 


25,741,675 


Wood manufactured : — 
Household furniture 

Doors, sashes and blinds 

Matches & match splints 

Wood pulp 


230,996 
33,070 


254,446^ 190,502 
35,200 64.104 

t 


198,549 
• 52,889 


182,462 

69,474 

114,712 

168,228 
384,494 


140,188 
86,450 
168,237 
280,619 
395,596 


All other wood manufac'd 


421,400 


j 
322,042' 431,997 


476,914 


Totals, wood manufac'd 


685,466 


611,688 686,663 


728,352 


919,370 


1,071,090 


Grand tot-tls, wood and 
manufactures of 


23,388,306 


22,692,323 23,407,928 


25 365,960 


28,102,267 


26,812,765 


Wool and manufactures of : 
Wool, raw - 

Woollens .... 


1,524,184 
316,937 

42,314 

359,251 


l,454,768j 969,523 1,037,922 
324,604 224,690 221,095 

54,878 56,105 61,862 


1,105,192 

248,801 

51,220 


1,131,802 
247,910 

67,472 


Totals 


379,482: 280,795 282,9-57 


300,021 


31.5,382 


Coin and bullion 


56,531 


5,569 17,534 1,978,25(5 


2,439,782 


946,927 






Total values of principal and 
other articles exported . . 


85,251,314 


89,515,811 90,203,000 89,189,167 


96,749,149 


98,417,296 


Aggregate crade :— 
Imports 

Exports.. 


104,424,561 
85,251,314 


112,892,236 110,894,630 
89,515,811; 90,203,000 


115,224,931 

89,189,167 

204,414,098 


121,858,241 
96,749,149 
218,607,390 


119,967,638 

98,417,296 


Grand totals — 


189,675,875 


202,408,047; 201,097,630 


218,384,934 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS- 

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Articles of Merchandise Exported from Canada, &c. — Concluded. 



219 



Quantities and Values . 



1892. 


1893. 


i 1894. 


1895. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


1 

845,214! 709,799 


618,774 


777,386 


i 
1 

620,352 


567,556 


578,958 


603,113 


733,568 


23,519,017 


27,511,905 


1 
26,394,727 24,005,977 


27,214,802 


31,337,328 


26,945,413 


28,003,498 


29,815,834 


68,162 
12.S,144 
196,184 
355,303 
405,090 


177,197 
130,349 
204,410 
455,893 
361,327 


144,702 
158,196 
216,03F 
547,83( 
318,85c 


99,150 
139,402 
172,159 
590,874 
326,574 


78,607 
190,004 
195,987 
675,777 
451,622 


127,752 
285,161 
151,276 
741,959 
402,853 


248,317 
324,610 
195,779 
1,210,923 
438,045 


356,490 
378,200 
257,981 
1,274,376 
610,079 


382,623 
. 299,359 

103,961 
1,816,016 

580,378 


1,141,883 


1,329,176 1,385,625 


1,328,159 


1,591,997 


1,709,001 


2,417,674 


2,877,132 3,182,337 


24,666,900 


28,841,081 27,780,352 


25,334,136 


28,806,799 


33,046,329 


29,363,087 


30,880,630 


32,998,171 


932,584 
204,018 

107,446 


1,168,834 
228,311 

51,089 


82,197 
16,332 

47,723 


5,532,821! 3,970,700 
1,057,376 832,797 

94,464' 80,916 


7,857,657 
1,444,445 

76,166 


1,172,034 
201,481 

41,656 


91,991 
14,601 

37,255 


2,213,863 
420,776 

61,790 


311,464 


280,000 


64,055 


1,151,840 913,713 1,520,611 243,137 


51,856 


482,566 


1,809,118 


4,133,698 


1,839,380 


4,325,319 


4,699,309| 3,492,550] 4,623,1.38 


4,016,025 


8,657,168 


113,963,375 


118,564,352| 117,524,949 


113,638,803 


121,013,852 


137,950,253 


164,152,683 


158,896,905 


191,894,723 


127,406,068 
113,963,375 


129,074,268 
118,564,352 


i 
123,474,940 110,781,682 
117,524,949 113,638,803 


118,011,508 
121,013,852 


119,218,609 
137,950,253 


140,323,053 
164,152,683 


102,764,308 
158,896,905 


189^622,513 
191,894,723 


241,369, 443{ 247,638,620 

1 


240,999,889:224,420,485 


239,025,360 


257,168,862 


304,475,736 321,661,213 


381,517,236 



220 



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SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the N^alues of the Principal Articles Exported 
during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1896 to 1900, inclusive. 

Abbreviations. — G. B., Great Britain. U. S., United States. B. W., British West. B. E., British 
East. S. W., Spanish West. D. W., Dutch West. O. C, Other Countries. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


* 1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Animals : — 
Horned Cattle, one year old 
or less 


G. B 

U.S 

B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

G.B 

U.S 

B. W. Indies 

France 

Germany 

Newfoundland . . . 

St. Pierre 

Switzerland 


2,220 

3,614 

20 

21 

369 


284 

29,624 

195 

23 

519 


$ 

75 

108,001 

20 

42 

454 


$ 

7,797 
242,947 

35 

570 


S 

14,823 
375,098 

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875 




6,244 


30,645 


108,592 


251,349 


390,806 


Horned Cattle, over one year 
old 


6,814,141 

9,536 

1,705 

144,810 

30,870 

58,810 

20,556 


6,454,029 

479,725 

1,630 

106,120 

68ii92 
19,153 


7,404,313 

1,137,747 

5,964 


7,157,573 

1,070,593 

5,456 


7,564,257 

1,035,959 

4,223 




55^268 
18,106 


66;579 

21,930 

2,226 

665 


■ " ■ 72,8i2 
22,619 




O.C 


15G 


105 


20 




G.B 

U.S 






7,080,578 


7,128,954 


8,621,398 


8,325,022 


8,699,890 


Horses, one year old or less. . 


2,250 
14,173 


9,190 
14,047 




5,400 
103,681 




11,215 


4,350 




G. B 

U.S. 






16,423 


23,237 


11,215 


109,081 


4,350 


Horses, over one year old . . . 


1,732,858 

636,588 

9,000 


1,350,282 

533,008 

4,950 


1,232,717 
567,104 


596,627 
348,929 


521,(566 
316,804 




B. Africa 






412,250 




B. Guiana . . ... . 

B.W.Indies 


2,280 
21,031 


8,000 

13,720 

1,800 

1,950 

1,035 

1,700 

11,339 

950 

100 


1,200 
12,438 


2,100 
7,267 


900 
2,720 




France 

F. W. Indies 


11,600 
1,950 
1,800 
6,103 

705 
780 


3,700 














" " ' 10,115 

500 

2,000 








Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 


13,828 
75 


10,495 
350 




O.C 


* 




G.B 

U.S.._ 






2,424,695 


1,928,834 


1,829,774 


968,826 


1,265 . 


Sheep, one year old orjless . . 


67,187 
365,783 


13,494 
572,186 


37,640 
770,620 


48,595 
1,068,756 

"30 


14,595 

1,163,162 

240 




B.W.Indies 


415 
7,390 

893 

1,057 

6 


210 


115 


2,698 




Newfoundland . . . 
St. Pierre 


1,529 
1,234 


674 
1,444 


235 

468 


1,049 

1,226 




C 


















442,731 


588,653 


810,493 


1,118,084 


1,182,970 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Animals— Cow. 
Sheep, over one year old 


G. B 

U.S 

B. Guiana 


1,654,904 
31,665 


S 

348,211 

30,708 

552 

1,651 

16,944 


358,782 

71,300 

723 

16,557 


285,141 

108,206 

980 

12,912 


460,913 

234,835 

300 




B. W. Indies 

France 


3,019 


534 




Germany . ... 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 


7,030 

9,285 

5,838 

151 










9,629 

5,593 

70 


9,255 
4,967 


9,306 

6,128 
375 


9,467 
4,993 




O.C 

U.S... 

Newfoundland .... 




1,711,892 


413,358 


461,584 


423,048 


711,042 


Swine 


1,076 


795 

608 

2,466 

184 


3,177 
340 

1,416 
100 


2,413 
411 

2,029 
211 


11,573 
426 






St. Pierre 


1,562 
718 


2,553 




O.C 


21 




G.B 

U. S 






3,356 


4,053 


5,033 


5,064 


14,573 


Poultry and other 


5,469 
78,792 


43,279 

100,122 

370 

456 

205 

1,551 


10,216 
52,456 


17,134 

67,354 

430 

815 
2,166 

2,75S 
271 


I'C"'' 771 
55,858 




B. Guiana 






B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 


i,.s66 

242 
1,910 


918 

456 

2,575 

60 


593 

179 

2,323 




O.C 


1,462 




G. B 








Recapitulation. 
Animals, living 


87,719 


145,983 


66,681 


• 90,928 


61,186 


10,279,029 

1,141,227 

9,000 


8,218,769 

1,760,215 

4,950 


9,043,743 

2,721,620 


8,118,267 
3,012,879 


8,577,025 




u s. 


3,197,639 




Belgi\;in 

B. Africa 








412,250 




British Guiana 

B.W.Indies .... 


2,280 
27,547 


9,045 
17,945 


1,923 

36,112 

1,800 


4,265 
26,601 


1,460 
10,789 




Dan. W. Indies... 

France 

Germany 

Newfoundland .... 
St. Pierre 


6 

156,410 

47,090 

75,967 

31,997 


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125,014 

1,700 

91,525 

31,466 


3,700 














76,15C 
29,462 


92,560 

33,958 

375 

2,497 


94,438 
34,939 




S. W. Indies 






O.C 

G.B 

U.S 

Australasia. .... 

Belgium . . 

France 


3,085 


3,088 


260 


1,462 




11,773,638 


10,263,717 


11,914,770 


11,291,402 


12,330,002 


Ashes, including pot and pearl 
ashes 


53,665 

53,071 

1,716 

1,071 


42,527 

57,079 

748 

388 

1,000 


30,173 

79,257 

2,-565 

300 


42,610 

65,388 

70 

2,714 


48,812 

86,789 

1,033 

1,290 

300 






266 
303 










o.'a^"^:;.-;::::: 

G.B 

U.S 


15 


10 


15 


31 




110,092 


101,757 


112,305 


110,797 


138,255 


Bones 


" " ' 24,589 


■ " " 35,980 


■ ■ ■ ■ 38^852 


60 
46,868 






46,367 










24,589 


35,980 


38,852 


46,928 


46,367 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

]s}o. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Books, pamphlets, maps, photo- 
graphs, &c 


G. B 

U.S 

Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africa 


17,776 

67,224 

3,181 

120 


26,329 

80,410 

1,768 

393 


32,108 

100,544 

3,821 

40 

1,206 


28,256 

83,310 

3,106 

1,025 

393 

214 

192 

7,064 

355 

475 

464 


$ 

40,139 

86,658 

15,788 

148 

118 




B. E. Indies 

B, Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

China 





1,037 

180 

4,037 


125 




56 

308 


290 

3,106 

248 

527 

291 

68 

5,410 

326 


H285 
386 




France 

Germany 


2,414 


43 
74 


4,878 
1,115 




Mexico. . . 








Newfoundland ... 
0. C 


5,002 


5,5i3 
175 


9,527 
773 


13,413 

1,678 




G. B 

U S 









96,081 

15,483 
297,439 


119,959 


147,985 


135,154 


178,731 


Breadstuffs: — 
Graii\ : 
Barley 


178,532 

371,633 

6,500 

34 

19 

9.147 

640 


151,500 

28,867 


120,143 
59,158 


9.37,721 

77,754 






111,038 




B.W.Indies ... . 
B Guiana 


16 


94 










450 




Germany . . .^ 

Newfoundland . . . 
O.C 


2,451 

635 

5 


18,107 

488 

12 




67,041 




188 
30 


460 
6,388 




G.B 

U.S .... 

Australasia 








316,029 


566,505 


399,068 


179,519 


1,200,852 


Beans 


9,046 
246,467 


81,310 
102,659 


54,487 
44,124 

6",7i2 

5,713 

40 

51,279 

3,791 



'2^641 

2,778 

25,223 

3,305 


42,233 
15,3-»8 
11,439 

■ ■ ■ ■ 13; 304 

17 

131,874 

3,224 

4,985 


17,700 

99,830 

5,848 

11,177 




B.W.Indies .... 
Dan. W. Indies... 

France 

Germany 

Holland 

Italy 


i,2i9 
73 




6,362 

19 

2,111 


6,188 

144 

172,140 

448 








Newfoundland 

S. W. Indies .... 
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2,063 
i36 


1,870 

i",2i2 


5,022 
6,245 
5,-547 


7,056 
8,077 
6,934 




G.B 

U.S 

Belgium 

Germany .... 

Holland 

C 






259,004 


195,543 


200,093 


239,238 


335,542 


Buckwheat 


7,008 

11,924 

18,651 

119,479 

16,627 


57,568 

13 

12,033 

103,519 

8,600 


131,884 
9,285 

16,100 
116,673 

23,549 


97,372 

4,508 
48,323 
20,188 

7,746 
500 


63,086 

2,196 

18,153 

61,281 

1,339 

















173,689 


181,733 


297,491 


178,637 


146,055 



264 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 16. —Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Arucles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1<=99. 


1900. 


Breadstuff s—CoH. 




^ 


S ' 


$ 


S 


^ 


Grain — Con. 














Indian corn 


G. B ... 


998,402 


2,478,779 


4,751,277 


5,288,133 


4,286,158 




u.s 


2,278 


375 


132 


297 


1 




Belgium 

B. W. Indies 




41,765 


59,949 


215,103 


111,645 






175 


68 


5,055 


18 




Germany 


81,822 


■228,603 


306,761 


791,015 


359,792 




Holland 


48,594 




47,999 


109,688 






Newfoundland . . 


33.S 


216 


857 


918 


264 




St. Pierre 

O.C 

G.B 




11 

29 












1,286 


900 




1,131,429 


2,749,953 


5,167,043 


6,411,495 


4,758,778 


Oats 


112,704 


1,498,313 


2,696,378 


3,026,535 


2,060,047 




U.S 


12,736 


9,762 


32,144 


40,219 


62,923 




Belgium . . . 




95,459 


147.571 


64,617 


132,217 




B. Africa 











11,299 




B. Guiana 


12,714 


59,648 


17,678 


i3,9i2 


17,947 




B.W.Indies 


62,750 


24,906 


50,805 


153,121 


99,608 




Dan. W.Indies. .. 




506 


295 


505 


290 




Fiance 






43,043 








F. W.Indies 


3,165 




2,731 


2,260 






Germany 


4,85'. 


97,144 


226,967 


174,056 


42,020 




Holland 


10,327 




54,203 


7,043 


247 




Newfoundland . . . 


62,173 


48,393 


47,442 


52,885 


60,192 




St. Pierre 


783 


824 


781 


932 


1,034 




S.W.Indies 


2,408 


56 


202 


783 


698 




O.C 

G.B 


799 


710 


478 


69 


626 




285,418 


1,835,721 


3,320,718 


3,536,937 


2,489,048 


Pease, whole 


815,389 


1,831,136 


1,521,848 


1,629,951 


1,707,522 




U. S 


262,179 


322,136 


72,780 


71,584 


86,226 




Belgium 


23,152 


67,543 


48,730 


32,776 


102,159 




B. Guiana 


263 


670 


2,341 


2,150 


3,282 




B. W. Indies 


10,743 


4,538 


18,790 


24,739 


30,102 




Dan. W. Indies... 


3,347 


463 


906 


666 


1,973 




France 


6,250 


24,742 


13,318 


24,961 


34,758 




Germany 


9.918 


44,973 


29,411 


19,805 


16,151 




Holland. 




4,400 


11,446 


15,600 






Newfoundland . . . 


12,il2 


9,740 


8,589 


14,966 


19,046 




O.C 

G. B 


1,554 


369 


1,285 


105 


1,945 


_ 


1,142,907 


2,310,710 


1,729,444 


1,837,303 


2,003,164 


Pease, sjilit 


66,200 


43,602 


35,781 


26,419 


48,995 




U.S 


1,526 


369 


9,054 


1,756 


1,747 




Australasia 








4,064 


2,86(» 




B. Africa 


2,486 


3,i53 


5,066 


5,560 


12,962 




B. Guiana 


10,472 


11,149 


7,377 


18,563 


8,415 




B. W. Indies 


85,230 


40,284 


44,859 


65,232 


76,967 




Dan. W. Indies... 


587 


93 


77 


462 


161 




Newfoundland . . 


622 


1,379 


433 


816 


2,122 




U. S. Colombia.. . 


599 


189 


96 


144 


845 




0. C 


582 





1,544 


477 


620 




168,304 


100,218 


104,287 


123,493 


155,694 



i ST A TISTICA L A ND FIN A NCI A L ST A TEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

jij^o. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of th3 Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



265 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 1898. 


1 
1899. 1900. 

i 


Breadstuff s— Con. 
Grain — Con. 
Rye 


G. B 

U. S 

Bf Igium 


S 

22,804 
18 


§ S S 

170,254 437,950' 435,347 

10 2,371 : 653 

20,359 91.8711 


334,841 
1,058 




Germany 

Holland 

0. C 

• 

G.B 

U. S 

Australasia 

Belgium . 




35,377 


282.107i 54,939 
13;674; 81,651 

1 3 









22,823 

7,891,874 
40,424 
37,900 


• • • •# 






226,000 


827,973 572,593 


335,899 


Wheat 


9,153,971 

, 11,737 

* 42,637 

44,377 

" ■ ' 12",594 


20,996,924 
76,242 


13,627,665 
12,643 


15,533,286 

58,305 

10 




503,8061 208, 98i 

31,159 104,686 

. 231,401 44,450 

92,372 12.000 


408,711 




France 

Germany 

Holland 

Italy.. 


21,253 
16,451 


105,357 

182,930 

7.691 









30,657: 72,662 
32 5 

2,858| 2 




Newfoundland 

0. C 

• 

G. B.. 

U. S 

Germany 

0. C... 

G.B 

U. S 

Australasia 

Belgium . . 

Brazil 


25 
30 


10 601 
i 597 




8,007,957 


9,265,326 21,933,102 

1 


14,043,972i 16,368,889 


Grain, all other 


206 


1 
i 

305 999 
142 434 


600 
110 

2,757 


• 
" ' l',266 






99 


^\ 




206 


546 1,433 3,926 


1,260 


Recapitulation. 
Grain 


■ 9,938,910 

875,197 

37,900 

41,803 


15,493,770 

818,836 

42,637 

288,036 


i 

1 
1 

; 

30,779,028 24,294,398 

275,433 206,276 

837 15,583 

874,739 569,800 

1,933 1,100 

.5..S92 6. .593 


24,989,356 

391,300 

8,944 

895,100 




B. Africa 


3,737 

23,449 

159,988 


3,571 


27.029 




British Guiana. . . . 

B. W. Indies 

China 


36,867 27^462 .34^625! 31J22 

111,046 120,926 264,510i 212,883 

12 1 




Denmark 






473 




Dan. W. Indies... 

France 

F. W. Indies 

Germany 

Holland 

Italy 

Newfoundliind 

St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies 

U. S. Colombia.... 
0. C 


2,377 

6,330 

3,365 

239,782 

91,999 

"77^903 

798 
2,547 

782 
838 


1,081 1,318 

26,853; 138,799 

70 4,471 

531,3571 1,215,889 

13,0001 243,243 

2,641 

62,342 61,188 
965! 846 
611 25,935 
377 96 
824 476 i 


1,650 

261,901 

5,003 

1,110,434 

238,713 

30,657 

74,830 

975 

8,170 

162 

1.260! 


2,568 

312,255 

4,530 

729,663 

9,207 

79,050 

89,145 

1,053 

9,395 

1,5<J4 

417 






1 ' 1 




11,507,765 


17,432,2551 33,780,652 27,127,113 27,795,181 



266 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 

• 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Breadstuff s— Con. 
Grain products : — 

Bran 


G. B.. 

U. S 

B. W. Indies 

France 


94,507 

8,509 

686 


100,817 

14,876 

2,820 

1,288 


96,181 

61,806 

5,385 


120,936 

37,418 

5,065 


100,044 

34,966 

■ 5,244 




Germany 

Newfouivdland 

St. Pierre 

0. C. 


550 

6,525 

71 

1,720 




3,850 

768 

76 

7 






2,681 
16 

72 


2,410 
14 
52 


1,739 

30 

3,183 




G. B 

u.s » 

Denmark . 




112,568 


122,.570 


165,848 


168,120 


145,206 


Oatmeal 


350,526 
433 


428,023 
13,627 
6,335 
2,072 
3,235 
7,942 
5,913 
1,252 


525,657 
13,720 


384,012 
518 


456,843 
801 




Germany 

Holland. 


2,103 


4,448 

'9^20 
475 
739 


1,998 
1,245 
8,350 


5,010 




Newfoundland 

Norway & Sweden. 
0. C 


8,403 
4^685 


10,640 




445 


1,697 




G. B 

U.S. ..._ 

Australasia 

Brazil 






365,550 


468,399 


554,759 


396,568 


474,991 


Wheat flour .. 

• 


347,685 

12,974 

4,755 


814,527 

19,624 

402,776 

1,280 


3,95.5,564 

32,577 

123,242 

2,500 


2,102,261 
25,546 

72,287 


1,665,708 

13,951 

101,856 




B. Africa 




131 559 








5,209 


1,100 

10,482 

79,521 

31 

1,929 

2,880 

2,200 

3,286 

750 

3,831 

30 

'l,204,67i 
14,152 

7,070 
200 








B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

China 


1,200 
1,232 


9,536 

84,954 


3,530 

42,686 




824 

9,692 

158 




Dan. W. Indies. . . 




188 
4,100 
2,250 


9 




F. W. Indies 




1,220 




Germany 

Hayti 


604 


10 

2,76(5 

480 

9,000 


4,100 




Holland . 




1,000 
6 

ii;366 

730,692 

2,942 

95,256 

3,556 






Hong Kong 

Japan 




7 
6,434 




Mexico 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre. 


50(3,511 

10,047 

220 

6,920 


440,197 
13,518 






820,951 
6,030 




S.W.Indies 

0. C 


99 




300 


2,207 




U.S 






895,148 

82 
5,196 
4,309 


1,720,361 


5,440,016 


3,145,874 


2,800,347 


Malt 


6.90 
6,257 
1,220 


525 
3,572 


378 
2,948 






Newfoundland . . . 
St. Domingo . . . . 

G. B 

U. S . . 


10,939 












9,587 


8,167 


4,097 


3,326 


10,939 


Products of grain, all other, 
N.E.S 


1,500 
208 
317 

3,981 

265 

17 


7,619 
1,858 
1,034 
1,840 
123 


10,447 

994 

801 

3,095 

48 

300 


2,530 

817 

1,541 

4,275 


12,426 
1,964 




B. W. Indies. ... 
Newfoundland . . 
St. Pierre. 


853 
2,398 




O.C 


86 


80 










6,288 


12,474 


15,685 


9,249 


17,721 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continiierl. 



267 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Recapitulation. 
"Bread stuffs — Con. 
Grain products 


G. B 

U.S 


794,218 
22,206 

5,482 
515 

2,771 

1,200 

1 

618 


1,350,986 

50,675 

402,776 

865 

5,209 

4,958 

45 

9,699 

6,335 

172 

1,288 

8 

2,082 


4,587,849 
109,622 
123,242 


2,609,739 
64,677 
72,564 


$ 

2,235,021 

51,682 

103,368 

15 




Australasia 

Belgium 




B. Africa 

B. E. Indies . . . 

B. W. Indies 

B. Guiana 

China 

Denmark 


215 

1,100 

86,210 

10,482 

37 

2,220 




134,730 




91,673 

9,611 

5 

203 


49,004 
3,530 




Dan. W. Indies... 


24 




France 

F. W. Indies 

Germany 

Hayti 


1,600 
■ ■ ■ * 3,257 


1,575 




2,880 
6,698 
3,297 
3,832 
750 

1,223,468 

675 

14,228 

7,070 

■ ■ ■ ' 2,530 


4,100 
8,098 

6 

2,245 

11,300 

747,033 

3;064 

95,263 


1,220 
9,110 




Hong Kong 

Holland 


3,506 


9,000 
3,715 

458,917 

5,913 

13,674 

300 

5,354 


7 




Mexico 

Newfoundland .... 
Norway & Sweden. 

St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies 

U. S. of Colombia. 
0. C 


"533;6i6 

1,742 

10,410 

220 


846,667 

'6,096 

99 

617 




7,779 


3,556 


6,439 




G. B 

U. S .. 






1,389,141 


2,331,971 


6,186,405 


3,723,137 


3,449,204 


Breadstuffs, all other N.E.S. 


17,929. 
98 

82 


26,285 

1,250 

1,198 

163 

13,303 

1,332 

143 


3,436 
1,069 


36,132 
1.772 


22,235 
5,001 




B. W. Indies 

Dan. \V. Indies... 


2,636J 7;i34 
149 46 


4,992 
71 




Newfoundland 

St. Pierre. 


15,085 

3,935 

195 


11,393 

1,<I82 

151 


11,048 

1,483 

12,768 


8,435 
1,619 
3,155 




0. C 




G. B 




Recapitulation. 


37,324 

10,751,057 

897,501 

43,382 

42,318 


43,674 


19,916 


70,383 


45,508 


Breadstuffs . .... 


16,871,041 
870,761 
445,413 

288,036 


35,370,313 

386,124 

124,230 

874,739 

4,433 

5,607 

1,100 

37,944 

209,772 

37 

3^687 
138,799 

7,351 
1,222,587 

3,473 
243,993 

3,832 

2,641 


26,940,269 

272,725 

88,167 

569,800 

1,100 

6,593 

" " ' 44,246 

363,317 

5 

473 

1,899 

261,901 

9,103 

1,118,532 

21 

240,958 

6 

30,657 


27,246,612 
447,983 




u. S 




Australasia 

Belgium 


112,312 
895,115 




Brazil • 






B. Africa 


3,737 


4,436 

5,209 

36,912 

117,202 

9,711 

6,335 

1,416 

28,141 

78 

533,439 


162,802 




B. E. Indies 


2,029 




B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

China 


24,649 

162,841 

1 

618 

2,492 

7,930 

3,365 

243,039 


35,252 
266,879 




Denmark 

Dan. W. Indies... 

France 

F. W. Indies 

Germany 

Hayti . , 


2,663 
313,830 

5,750 
738,773 




Holland 

Hong Kong 

Italy 


91,999 
3,506 


16,7i5 
9,000 


9,207 

79,050 
6,471 




Newfoundland . . . 
Norway & Sweden. 

St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies 

U. S. of Colombia. 
0. C 


626,664 

1,742 

15,143 

2,767 

782 

8,697 


534,562| 1,296,049 
5 913' 67.^ 


832,911 


944,247 




1.5,971 

611 

677 

6,321 


16,156 

33,005 

96 

330 


5,522 

116,082 

251 

16,095 


8,768 

9,577 

2,181 

385 












12,934,230 


19,807,900! 39,986,973' 30,920,633 


31,289,893 



268 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Contintied. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Carriages, carts, wagons, &c.— 
Bicycles 


G.B 

U. S 

Australasia 

B. Africa 

B. W. Indies 





31,069 

20,557 

212,922 

7,323 

4,629 

5,890 

14,312 
2,202 
4,478 

17,106 
1,422 
3,205 


36,772 

23,470 

243,077 

12,726 

2,173 

21,632 

44,148 

120 

4,282 

5,513 

2,501 


12,956 

19,854 

191,029 

6,051 

509 

7,264 

16,280 

1^588 

1,953 

50 

910 


8 

2,843 

9,465 

161,236 




495 




France. . 




2,627 




Grermany . 




665 




Holland 




60 




Newfoundland .... 
Norway & Sweden. 
Turkey 




1,100 










0. C 




3,946 




G.B 

U. S 








325,115 


396,414 


258,444 


182,437 


Carriages, other 


26,073 

34,817 

18,286 

13,308 

1,877 

7,890 

1,418 

■■■ 240 

225 

1,435 

3,395 

2,502 

457 

106 

100 

1,215 


19,421 

16,410 

13,400 

14,417 

1,630 

7,082 

295 

ieo 

11 

1,229 

830 
909 
468 
246 


28,224 
19,361 
21,023 

7,519 
745 

3,323 

" '" 202 
370 




12,908 
42,388 
19,301 
4,386 
175 
16,288 


12,806 
2.5,896 




Australasia 

B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Chili 


23,625 

3,213 






2,673 
59 




China .... .... 

Dan. W. Indies . . 

France 

F. W. Indies 

Germany 

Hayti. . 






300 
889 






690 




157 


761 


226 




Newfoundland 

Rus.«ia 

St. Pierre. . . 


445 

71 

261 


2,365 

686 

44 


1,004 




34i 




S.W.Indies 

0. C 

G.B 

U.S 

Australasia 

B. Africa 


33 




593 


2,173 


3,001 


2,635 


Rccapitulotion. 
•Carriages, &c 


113,344 


77,101 


83,874 


103,492 


73,201 


26,073 

34,817 

18,286 

13,308 

1,877 

7,890 

1,418 


50,490 

36,907 

226,322 

, 21,740 

1,870 

11,711 

295 

120 


64,996 

42,831 

264,100 

20,245 

889 

5,496 


25,864 
62,242 
210,330 
10,437 
558 
16,797 


15,649 

35,361 

184,861 

3,213 




B, Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Chili 

China 






3,168 
59 




202 

1,213 

370 

21,632 








2,370 
300 

8,153 






Dan. W. Indies . . 
France 


240 


160 
5,901 






3,317 




F. W. Indies 

Germany 


225 
1,435 
3,995 






15,541 

830 

2,215 


44,305 


17,041 


891 




Hayli...^ 

Holland.. . 




' 


120 

394 

4,727 

5,692 

237 

261 

56 

107 

2,415 


11 

130 

.3,953 

1,953 

686 

94 


60 




Japan . 




3,021 


' 


Newfoundland 

Norway & Sweden 

Russia 

St. Pierre. 

S. W. Indies 

Turkey 

O.C 


2,502 
150 
457 
106 
100 
50 
415 


5,387 

17,329 

1,718 

379 

50 

1,481 

1,710 


2,104 
332 

396 

33 


• 


50 
967 


3,173 




113,344 


402,216 


480,288 


361,936 


255,638 



i STATISTICAL AND FINAJSJCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, (fee. -Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Coal, charcoal, cinders, &c ... 


G. B 

U.S... 

Argentine Repub. . 


71,472 
3,145,419 


s 

53,154 

3,215,045 

1,476 

1,274 

600 


63,936 
3,061,398 

200 

180 


$ 

65,176 
3,212,348 


66,596 
4,217,478 








27,744 
■ " 


20,937 




Belgium 






B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Cen. Am. States. 

Chili 

France 


20,085 

16,315 

5,600 


19,407 

7,738 

20,624 




21,567 
15.255 
10,125 

'".'* 1,158 

1,470 

2,937 

38,799 


7,976 
24,490 


12,423 
18,464 




1,980 

150 

2,355 










2,288 
3,483 




Germany 

Hayti , . 

Hawaii 


3,084 

5,640 

25,909 


1,512 




85,595 


179,186 

600 

40 

40 

2,989 

181,850 

20,396 

11,448 

7,984 


130,532 
1,020 




Holland 




Hong Kong 

Japan . 


2,143 








11,269 

16,012 

171,325 

22,632 

7,771 

612 




4,573 

3,466 

177,368 

22,284 

13,089 


11,653 

19,368 

249,510 

23 749 




Mexico 






Newfoundland. . . . 
St. Pierre. . 


181,092 

14,376 

3,865 

750 




S.W.Indies 

O.C 

G. B 

U. S 


9,256 
4,475 








3,495,750 


3,592,481 


3,469,040 


3,742,200 


4,808,114 


Cordage, twine, rope, &c 


751 

108,639 

67 

19,559 


7,996 

89,234 

173 

1,739 


90,245 

12,360 

38,810 

1,183 

73 

8,716 

936 


94,871 
31,099 

2,809 

28 

11,685 

678 


137,394 
27,229 

4,065 

97 




Australasia 

B. W. Indies 

Dan W Indies 




Newfoimdland. . . . 
St. Pierre 


17,101 

3,868 

40 


18,483 

1,540 

4 


13,685 
699 




U. S. Colombia.. . . 
O.C 










240 




G.B 

U.S 

Australasia 

B. Africa 














150,015 


119,169 


152,322 


141,170 


183,409 


Cotton and manufactures of. . . 


27,885 

189,840 

19,560 

12,010 


66,664 

163,735 

77,389 

2,723 

167 

264 

628,896 

14 

745 


36,359 

145,373 

76,122 

8,094 


39,830 

108,889 

88,523 

14,564 

246 

272 

176,601 

2 

2,283 

6,430 

22,761 

2,714 

895 


53,746 
152,855 
113,109 

20,679 




B Guiana 






B. W. Indies 

China 

France 

Grermany. 


2,i29 
549,211 


846 

291,627 

14 

40 


314 

101,093 

250 

7,354 




Japan 




6,320 




Newfoundland. . . . 
St. Pierre. . 


18,740 

3,885 

78 


16,916 

2,794 

90 


14,694 

4,437 

471 


23,119 
2,657 




O.C 

G. B 

u. S 


1,849 


Drugs, dyes, chemicals and 
medicines :— 
Extract of hemlock bark 


823,338 


960,397 


578,077 


464,010 


483,345 


171,127 


91,360 
3,015 


80,198 

3^250 
841 


77,607 


64,389 




France 








Newfoundland 

C 


2,800 
892 


3,108 


16 














174,819 


97,483 


84,289 


77,607 


64,405 



270 



TRADE AND COMMERCE 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 



jSj^o. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Drugs, dyes, chemicals and 
medicines : — Con. 
All other drugs, dyes, chemi- 
cals and medicines 


a. B 

u. S 


$ 

12,100 

101,370 

555 

1,425 

194 

20,112 


13,130 

75,904 

9,155 

2,545 

2,441 

24,964 

74 

92 

139 

18^9.38 

.350 

29 

2,736 


8,646 

406,883 

32,316 

2,034 

1,282 

16,587 

121 

247 

740 

1,141 

18,735 

553 

55 

1,380 


38,742 

171,476 

42,782 

4,260 

636 

15,722 

720 

120 

490 

2,502 

19,314 

191 

439 

8,386 


115,556 

122,070 

25,570 

597 




Australasia 

B. Africa 




B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

China 


1,041 
16,363 




Dan. W. Indies... 

France 

Germany 

Newfoundland . . . 
St. Pierre 


89 


100 
709 




711 

16,545 

258 

42 

1,742 


10,345 

25,986 

607 




S.W.Indies 

0. C ... 

G.B 

U. S 


3,517 
10,126 




155,143 

183,227 

102,262 

555 


150,497 


490,720 


305,780 


332,587 


Eecapitulatiorb. 
Drugs, dyes, chemicals, &c 


104,490 

78,919 

9,155 


88,844 

406,883 

32,316 


116,349 

171,476 

42,782 


179,945 

122,070 

25,570 

9,634 




Australasia 

Belgium 




B. Africa 


1,425 

194 

20,112 


2,545 

2,441 

24,964 


2,034 

1,282 

16,587 

121 

247 

3,990 

1,141 

860 

19,576 

553 

55 

520 


4,260 

15,722 

120 

490 
2,-502 


597 




B, Guiana 

B.W.Indies 

China 


1,041 
16,363 




Dan. W. Indies... 
France. .... ... 


89 


74 

92 
139 


100 

709 




711 


10,345 




Hawaii . 






Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

S.W.Indies 

0. C 


19,345 

258 

42 

1,742 


22,046 

350 

29 

2,736 


19,314 
191 
439 

8,386 


26,002 

607 

3,. 517 

492 




G.B 






329,902 


247,980 


575,009 


383,387 


396,992 


Fertilizers :— 
Phosphates 


5,280 


210 

5 

60 


400 

690 


8,100 

90 

1,100 






u. S 


1,635 




0. c 




650 




G.B 

U.S 








5,280 


275 


1,090 


9,290 


2,285 


Fertilizers, all other 


■ 35,587 


1,074 
35,415 


1,191 

41,712 

1,600 

1,970 

391 


350 
51,969 


■ ■ " 5i;304 


• 








240 

29 


106 




c . 


600 


95 












36,187 


36,584 


46,864 


52,588 


51,410 




41,467 


36,859 


47,954 


61,878 


53,695 









i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. --Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



271 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


. 1899. 


1900. 


Fijh and produce of :— 
Codfish, including haddock, 
ling and pollock, dry salted 


G.B 

U.S 

Argentine Rep 

Brazil 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies. .... 
Dan. W. Indies... 
Dutch Guiana. . . . 
France 


66,232 
340,630 
5,000 
552,084 
175,796 
914,967 

11,471 


97,667 
391,080 


54,651 
362,861 


74,582 
551,052 


82,704 
651,557 




.359,216 

136,416 

753,794 

16,905 

1,143 


412,727 

164,471 

706,728 

15,276 

225 


408,536 

125,159 

704,163 

11,233 


427,732 

182,845 

795,478 

10,026 




F.W.Indies 

Germany 

Hayti 


112, 214 

106^399 

56,259 

1,692 

2,795 

15,885 

47,831 


4,369 

4,800 

97,666 

107,640 

994 

■ ■ ' 32,464 
1,275 
1,300 

858,271 

17,864 

140 












3,046 
12,975 




29,108 
60,165 


19,393 
46,734 

" ■ 12,628 




Italy 


83,552 




Madeira 




Newfoundland 

Portugal . . 

Spain 

St. Pierre 


22 

55,416 

'""819^128 

19,513 

159 


" " 58,924 




■769;628 

12,390 

2,530 


4 




S.W. Indies 

U. S. Colombia . . . 
O.C 

U.S 

Newfoundland .... 

G.B 

U.S 


713,977 

26,932 

16 


685,555 
24,675 
22,273 




3,150,180 


2,883,004 


2,700,450 


2,737,434 


3,041,346 


Herring, fresh or frozen. . . 


39,573 
19 


33,606 
10 


56,579 


31,632 


52,950 












39,592 


33,616 


56,579 


31,632 


52,950 


Herring, pickled 


2,247 

83,409 

8,921 

136,137 

3,540 

913 

225 

125 


150 

62,997 

9,190 

114,163 

3,807 

440 

490 

217 

50,032 

705 

35 


276 
47,635 

8,882 
94,520 

4,442 


364 

42,259 

4,191 

103,655 

3,201 


1,835 
59,543 




B. Guiana 

B.W.Indies... 
Dan. W. Indies... 

F. W. Indies 

Hayti 

Newfoundland 

St Pierre 


8,188 

101,192 

3,140 






18 


40 




12 


1,000 




S. W.Indies..'.. 
U.S.Colombia.... 
O.C 

G.B 

U.S 


58,557 

1,115 

30 


31,005 

301 

1,639 


30,557 

152 

2,470 


12,563 

843 

1,667 




295,219 


242,316 


188,712 


186,873 


190,011 


Herring, [smoked 


1,612 
51,105 


1,073 
44,548 


1,840 
89,556 


2,021 

64,745 

14 

1,491 

8,845 

256 

1,100 

4,648 

506 

4,746 

3 

522 


3,388 
82,705 




B, Guiana 

B. W. Indies . . 
Dan. W. Indies . . 

F.W. Indies. 

Hayti 

Newfoundland .... 

S.W.Indies 

U. S. Colombia . . . 
O.C 


84i 

10,525 

427 

643 

32,845 

172 

8,051 

22 

293 


356 
8,001 

356 

813 
32,115 

129 
3,145 

530 


1,027 

7,282 
500 
230 

8,302 
194 

4,616 

64 


1,959 

10,815 

563 

497 

.30 

685 

2,863 

428 




106,536 


91,066 


113,611 


Si83 7 


103,9.33 



272 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, ko,. — ContimieA. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Fish and produce of— Con. 
Lobsters, fresh 


G.B 

U. S 

o.c 


% 
' 340,928 


33bj93 


$ 

150 
336,575 


• 
383 
367,159 
16 


$ 
305,493 




G. B 

U. S 










340,928 


330,793 


336,725 


367,558 


305,493 


Lobsters, canned 


1,148,932 

777,668 

3,872 

889 

1,065 


1,012,537 
742,406 


1,147,665 
717,570 


929,445 

703,444 

13,140 

1,263 

2,385 

23;78] 

561,575 

42,442 

" " 31*,362 

10,100 

190 

88 

2,500 


760,026 

977,094 

6,332 

1,088 
1,728 




B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies... 


856 
1,375 


656 

1,316 

3,941 

550 

378,024 

28,735 

8,120 




Denmark 

France. . 


31,970 

174,90!> 

6,641 


9,990 

293,929 

15,640 

375 


13,870 

517,973 

56,270» 








Holland 


480 


• 


Norway & Sweden. 
Russia 


33,556 
390 




St. Pierre 


26i 










S. W. Indies 

0. C . . 


2,340 
231 


4,440 






4,052 




r.s 

0. c 








2,149,067 


2,079,679 


2,291,025 


2,321,655 


2,372,859 


Mackerel, fresh. . . 


100,915 


63,741 
20 


63,600 
25 


86,375 
165 


26,922 
28 




u. s 

B. Guiana . . ... 
B. W. Indies . . 
Dan. W. Indies . . . 

F. W. Indies 

Hayti 

S. W. Indies 

U. S. Colombia . . . 
0. C 

G.B 

u. S 








100,915 


63,761 


63,625 


86,540 


26,950 


Mackerel, pickle<l 


265,041 

954 

8,490 

101 

" ' 5^986 

595 

75 

25 


156,785 

3,347 

22,025 

1,087 

270 

6,705 

2,569 

441 

15 


132,630 

2.590 

15,441 

784 

838 

1,335 
457 


153,431 

1,851 

13,336 

296 

i53 

183 
515 


135,702 




3,265 

15,560 

665 

89 

1,266 
297 













281,267 


193,244 


154,075 


169,765 


156,844 


Salmon, fresh . ... 


3,042 

206,923 

12,035 


10,122 

180,065 

49 

1,417 

218 


J 

6,404 
128,915 
157 
110 
132 
119 
43 


4,245 

89,113 

81 




32,045 




91,058 




Australasia 


4,421 

8,565 




Hawaii 

Holland 


543 


1,222 




0. C 


5 


11 


4,927 




222,548 


191,882 


135,880 


93,439 


142,238 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



273 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 

1 
1 

i 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Fish and produce of— Con. 
Salmon, canned 


!g. B 

u.s 

Australasia 

B. Africa 


1 S 

2,476,319 
.15,073 
40,847 


2,776,160 

321 

76,163 


1 S 

3,238,166 

5,534 

178,341 

388 

1,500 
490 

2J775 

2,050 


2,296,292 

46,719 

63,368 

50 

293 

24 


2,648,398 

18,973 

198,776 




B. W. Indies . . . . 
Chili.. 


105 


183 
645 

i;925 


281 




China 

Fiji Islands 

France 

Hong Kong 


■■■■ 3;76o 


504 

822 

2,975 

230 








Japan ... 








13,824 




U. S. Colombia . . . 
0. C 

G. B 

U.S 

0. c 


S3 

628 










730 


1,561 


735 


1,047 




2,536,755 


2,856,127 


3,430,805 


2,407,481 


2,885,830 


Fish, all other, fresh 


904,438 
13 


78i',9i7 


310 

843,362 

135 


182 

833,457 

815 






1,066,084 
416 




G. B 

U.S 

Australasia .... 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

China 

Dan. W. Indies... 

Germany 

Hawaii 

Hayti 








904,451 


781,917 


843,807 


834,454 


1,066,500 


Fish, all other and produce 
of,N.E.S 


1,994 

169,626 

430 

1,860 

39,432 

29 

2,113 

390 

85(i 

16,162 


3,315 

186,922 

1,486 

1,207 

41,166 

313 

1,709 


4,532 

167,959 

902 

1,442 

44,561 

100 

1,389 

69 

102 

4,003 

17,820 

670 

692 

994 

451 

2,065 


6,118 

181,854 

78 

1,001 

47,456 

9 

1,499 

" '26 

2,253 

39,113 

478 
416 
1,009 
603 
635 


6,189 
191,557 

2^4is 
48,349 




1,874 
3,250 




.. 




15,351 


" " 33,949 
598 
786 
450 
833 
1,310 


' 


Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies 

U. S. Colombia . . 
0. C 

G. B i 

U.S ! 

Argentine Rep — 

Australasia 

Belgium ; 

Brazil 

B. Guiana 

B. Africa 

B. W. Indies ! 

Central Am. States! 

Chili 

China ... 

Denmark 

Dan. W. Indies ... 
Dutch Guiana . . . 
Fiji Islands. . . 

France 

F. W. Indies 


868 

517 

3,073 

560 

780 


780 
618 
576 
534 
1,561 




238,690 


255,538 


247,751 


282,542 


291,563 


Recapitulation. 
Fi.sh and produce of 


3,700,378 

3,295,329 

5,000 

53,312 

3,872 

552,534 

189,261 

1,110,726 

29 

31,970 
17,652 

59 

178,993 
114,164 


3,901,034 
2,975,181 

■ " ■ 77',698 

359,2i6 

151,44l| 

140 

940,718 

645 

313 

9,990 

23,954 

1,143 


4,453,994 
2,952,776 

179^ 400 
15 

414,878 
179,158 

870^264 

i;500 

725 

550 

26,340 


3,313,632 
3,151,240 

" ■ ' 63,541 

13,140 

408,536 

134,956 

225 

880,153 


3,534,585 
3,&59,638 


i 


203,444 
6,727 

427,732 

199,763 
200 

973,422 
2,978 




33 
23,781 
16,485 


529 
13,870 
16,268 






822 




295,974 
6,243 


381,046 
230 


561,680 
1,108 


526,187 
497 



10_i— 18 



274 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

^o. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued, 



Articles Exported. 



Countries. 



Recapitulation— Con. 
Fish and produce of — Con. 



Flax, hemp and jute . 



Fruits :— 
Dried fruits . 



Oreen fruits : — 

Apples, green or ripe. 



1896. 



Germany . , 

Hawaii. .... . . 

Hayti 

Holland 

Italy 

iJapan 

iMadeira j 

i Newfoundland . . . . { 
iNorM'^ay & Sweden, j 

'Portugal ! 

Russia I 

Spain 

St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies ! 

jU. S. Colombia.. . . I 

I Venezuela j 

O. C I 



7,031 

1,564 

161,623 

610 

.56,259 

2 

1,692 

3,970 

2,253 

15,885 



1897. 



47,861 

867 

784,014 

29,048 



G. B. 

U. S. 



200 
10,366,148 



21,857 

687 

152,447 

107^640 

1,079 

994 

1,129 

375 

32,464 



1899. 



1,380 

2,163 

916,933 

19,544 



30,024 
234 

42,251 
119 

60,165 

17,986 



916 

8,120 
55,416 



762 

861,520 

20,722 



42,442 

3,946 

26,465 



46,734 
40,270 



1,161 
^1,30? 
12,628 
10,100 



725 

805,611 

13,669 



.561 



3, 934 1 



4,707 



1900. 



71,281 
2,753 
13,045 
480 
84,562 
47,773 



2,492 

33,556 

58,924 

432 



1,052 
r01,520 
27,617 
20,899 

3,469 



10,002,943 10.563,045; 9,608,270 10,636,51/ 



40,125 
181,9571 



21,788 
370,490 



222,082 



G. B 

U. S 

Australasia . . . . 

Belgium. 

B. VV. Indies.. . 

France 

Germany 

Holland 

Newfoundland , 

St. Pierre 

O. C 



392,278 



7,135 

2,882; 

"'386' 

187: 

2,101 

32,621 

5,092i 

2,112! 

79 

342 



82,582 



82,582 



25,127 

11,271 

17 

275 

718 

l,760i 

118,042! 

23,251 i 

3,971 1 

82 1 

1,9061 



6,765 
18,630 



13 

201 

2,314 

89,913 

10,166 

1,610 

345 

49 



274 

127,832 



329,714 



128,106 329,714 



38,365 

28,597 

1,050 

12.536 

451 

29,636 

265,690 

54,840 

1,803 

36 

122 



52,937 186,4201 130,006; 433,126 



G. B 

U. S 

Australasia . . . . 

B. «.uiana 

B. W. Indies. 
Germany. . . . , 

Hayti 

Newfoundland , 

St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies... 
O. C 



1,304,394 

85,57t 

100 



1,417,571 



2,410.365 
50,498 

i22i 

1,816| 

18,9u8l 

153 

17,255 

1,360 

2.53 

2,907 



2,503,637 



1,239,781 
19,216 

24 

2.32 

31,929 

20 

11,237 

1,00(5 

18 

3,596 



2,415,702 

15(5,202 

597 

127 

1,029 

29,. 01 

111 

18,018 

908 

" " 2^275 



23,109 

7,363 

1,200 

1,820 

326 

1(5,186 

102,488 

58,081 

9,208 

124 

139 



220,044 



,423.079 
74,037 

lb 

1,065 
51,694 

' 20,798 
1,671 
1,341 
5,158 



1,307,059 2,624,470 2,578.8.53 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



275 



Articles Exported. 


1 
Countries. 


1 
1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


i 
1899. 


1900. 


Fruits— Co?i. ! 

Fruits, all other, including 

canned fruits, N.E.S. .. . 


1 

G.B 

U. S 

Australasia 

B. Africa 


54,847i 
323,811' 


72,660 

339,589 

135 


140,854 
177,839 


283,075 

272,756 

161 


$ 

251,176 

240,357 

450 

30,329 




B. W. Indies 

France 

Germany 

Holland . . 


105 
25 


157 

1,180 

50,253 

2,372 

11 

2,700 

1,307 

815 


211 

7,809 

11,081 

1,360 


419 

8,686 

77,309 

9,528 


242 

12,083 

37,001 

8,612 

4 










Newfoundland 

St. Pierre. . . . 
0. C 


- 2,367 

1.214 

10 


4,564 
1,193 
1,535 


4,477 
968 
431 


3,091 

1,356 

415 




G. B 

U.S. . 

Australasia ... ... 

Belgium 

B. Africa 




Recapitulation. 
Fruits 


382,379 


471,129 


346,446 


657,810 


5S5,116 


1,366,376 

412,267 

100 

399 


2,508,152 

401,358 

152 

1,715 

■ • -122 

2,691 

4,479 

187,203 

165 

25,623 

105 

23,^26 

2. ,'49 

253 

?',493 


1,387,400 
215,685 


2,737,142 

457,555 

1,808 

13,217 

127 

1,899 

38,322 

372,500 

• 111 

64,368 

150 

24,298 

1,912 

120 

" " 1,877 


2,697,364 

321,757 

1,650 




2,276 

■ 24 

644 

10,123 

132,923 

20 

11,526 

48 

17,411 

2,544 

18 

2,550 

319 


4,597 

30,529 

10 




B. W. Indies 

France 


1,421 

2,101 

35,753 

354 

5,092 

181 

25,381 

2,209 
504 


1,633 

28,298 

191,183 




Hayti 






Holland 


68,767 




Japan . 


74 




Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies 

Switzerland 

0. C 

G. B 


33,097 
3,151 
1,441 




749 


462 


Furs and skins and manufac- 
tures of : — 
Furs and skins undressed, the 
produce of marine animals. 


1,852,887 


3,161,186 


1,783,511 


3,715,400 


3,384,013 


760,185 

1,182 

20 


460,572 
265 


366,559 
4,120 


291,300 
4,775 


537,099 


u.s 

o.c 

G. B 

U. s 

Germany 

Newfoundland 

0. C 

G.B 

|U. s 

Germany 

i Newfoundland 

O. 


143 














761,387 


460,837 


370,679 


296,075 


537,242 


Furs, undressed 


1,359,802 

388,154 

18,676 

68 

50 


1,190,923 

404,930 

3,494 

418 

38 


1,232,404 

275,177 

4,567 

478 

20 


1,138,887 

1 353,123 

8,899 

595 

2,977 


1,439,525 




296,872 
1,900 



1,328 




1,766,750 


1,599,803 


1,512,646 


1,504,481 


1,739,625 


Furs, all other and manufac- 
tures of 


27,511 

35,266 

631 

25 


98,466 

17,021 

8,076 

■ 311 

57 


28,558 

9,848 

2,219 

454 

156 


28,745 

55,805 

884 

! 20 

1 494 


45,414 
37,606 

1,478 

400 

9,987 




! 








63,433 


123,931 


41,235 


85,948 


94,885 



10— i— 18J 



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No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. • 


Countries. 


1896. 


' 1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Recapitulation. 
ITtirs and manufactures of. 


G. B.. 


% 

2,147,498 

424,602 

19,307 

93 

70 


$ 

1,749,961 

422,216 

11,570 

729 

95 


% 

1,627,521 

289,145 

6,786 

932 

176 


1,458,932 

413,703 

9,783 

615 

. 3,471 


2,022,038 
334 621 




U. S 




Germany 

Newfoundland . . . 
O. C 

G. B 

u. s 

Argentine. Rep 

Australasia 

Brazil 


3,378 

400 

11,315 




2,591,570 


2,184,571 


1,924,560 


1,886,504 


2,371,752 


Gunpowder and other explo- 
sives 


" ■ " 79^782 
1,549 
1,577 
2,792 
29 
1,898 
3,861 


■ " " 68,341 

610 

628 

1,928 


70 
67,003 

iJ724 


7,297 

96,825 

558 

810 

1,665 


509 
134,775 

781 

7,206 
3 




B. W. Indies 

Mexico 

Newfoundland 

Peru 




1,936 

2,351 

34 

348 

611 


1,969 
3,218 


ll',56i 


" " ' 10^542 




U. S. Colombia.. . . 
0. C 

G.B 

u. s 


361 
1,541 


321 
102 


864 
511 


945 
1,631 




93,390 


76,787 


74,407 


120,091 


156,392 


Hay 


305,616 

1,641,789 

180 

296 

8,302 

2,434 

975 

3K4 

10,237 

6,023 

257 

256 


193,172 
773,079 


'^M 


258,604 
118,274 


378,946 

715,604 

25 




Belgium 




B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

France 

Germany 

Hayti 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

S.W.Indies . 
O.C 

G. B 

U. S 


1 




263,260 

969 

16,549 


- 


560 

11,691 

2,030 

312 

8,768 
9,530 


463 
12,203 

28 

12,012 

8,138 

527 

52 


2,930 
10,875 




14 

7,371 

6,208 

7,324 

31 


11,240 

8,549 

18,772 

205 




96 




1,976,749 


999,238 


358,614 


411,631 


1,414,119 


Hides, horns, tails and skins 
other than fur 


20,032 

1,067,672 

18,42C 

2( 

1,48- 


11,295 

1,503,847 

1,373 

7,083 

2,932 


4,863 
1,075,714 


1,234,724 


6,421 
1,312,236 




France 




iio 

1,207 
146 


45i 
2,706 

282 


457 




Newfoundland . . . 
0. C 

G.B 

lu. S..... 

Australasia 

Newfoundland 

0. c . : 


326 
2,600 




1,107,62} 


1,526,530 


1,082,100 


1,245,577 


1,322,040 


Hops 


13,402 

17 

100 

167 


11,092 

44 

1,026 

624 


22,066 

59 

! 2,700 

1 173 

! 


22,241 

1,622 

1,920 

418 


11,534 

400 

3,475 

292 

734 








1 ■ 








13,686 


12,786 


1 24,998 


26,201 


16,435 



i ."STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. —Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



277 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1 

1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Le.ither and manufactures of : — 
Sole and upper leather 


G. B 

U.S 

Belgium 


1,712,077 
12,625 


S 

1,258,092 

16,974 

6,470 

1,057 

2,598 

81 

10,428 

i44;024 


1,408,756 
9,935 
4,770 


1,450,199 

23,790 

1,234 

314 

590 

57,203 
5,350 

3,398 

1,542,078 


1,406,029 

24,610 

775 




B Africa 




2,446 




B. W. Indies ... 

France 

Germany 

Japan ... . 

Newfoundland 

Norway & Sweden 
St. Pierre 


962 

290 

2,435 

189; 759 


670 

2i',594 

" " 64^452 
4,133 

891 


150 

462 

6,521 

7,313 

83,928 

7,991 






6 
1,624 






0. C 




i89 




G. B 

U. S 

Australasia 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

France 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

0. C 

G. B 

u. s 








1,918,148 


1,441,354 


1,515,201 


1,540,414 


Boots and shoes .... 


3,000 
8,663 
1,300 

15,706 

' 50,674 

3,514 

211 


7,735 

3,105 

922 

75 

13,038 

11,488 

55,700 


3,739 

20,510 

2,643 

■ ' " 14,931 


9,331 
9,746 
1,857 

■ " ■ li;216 


17,510 

7,719 

17,274 

12',587 
660 




40,473 

7,307 

889 


37,864 

10,769 

960 


20,343 

9,790 

235 




83,068 


100,596 


90,492 


81,743 


86,118 


Manufactures of lefather, 

N.E.s ; 


1,553 
12,596 


4,065 

13,924 

60 


3,036 
18,310 

578 


46,242 

19,498 

3,508 


170,632 
29,232 




Australasia 

B Africa 


822 
57,238 


. 


B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Germany 

Hayti 

Newfoundland 

0. C 


40 
184 
238 
195 
1.882 
176 


101 

80 

1,105 
702 


373 

1,000 


768 

18 


25 

58 
690 




903 

1,081 


1,416 
726 


2,908 
1,370 




G.B 

U. S 

Australasia 






16,864 


20; 037 


25,281 


72,176 


262,975 


Recapitulation. 
Leather'and manufactures of . . 


1,716,630 

33,884 

1,300 


1,269,892 

34,003 

1,875 

7,409 

2,373 

75 

15,737 

11,569 

10,428 

686 

2bo;829 


1,415,531 

48,755 

3,221 

5,070 

778 

■ ■ * ■ 15,974 


1,505,772 

53,034 

5,979 

1,234 

571 

* ■ ' 12^574 


1,. 594, 171 

61,561 

18,285 

775 




B. Africa 




59,684 




B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

France . . . 


40 

16,852 

316 

2,683 

255 

242^315 


25 

12,795 
1,697 




22,594 



105,828 
4,141 
7,310 
1,772 


326 

' * ■ 96;483 

5,350 

10,842 

3,832 


7,311 




Hayti 

Japan 

Newfoundland 

Norway & Sweden. 

St. Pierre 

C. 


" ■ 7^519 

107,179 

7,991 




3,582 
223 


5,821 
1,290 


9,857 
657 










2,018,080 


1,561,987 


1,630,974 


1,695,997 


1,889,507 



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No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



A.RTICLES EXFORTED. 


Countries. j 


1896. 

1 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Lime , 


U. S 


74,028| 

4! 

2,252' 

157 

lOj 


52,259 


48,070 


63,713 


73,793 




Hawaii 




Newfoundland . . . 
St. Pierre 


4,361 
90 
10 


i47 
106 


99 

287 
14 


203 
92 




C 


3,272 




G.B 

U. S 

G. B 

U.S 

China 




76,451 


56,720 


48,323 


64,113 


77,360 


Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of : — 
Copper, all kinds 


294',236 


22,954 
527,623 


27,299 

837,479 


5,585 
917,394 


' 1,387; 388 




294,230 


550,577 


864,778 


922,979 


1,387,388 


Gold and silver :— 

Gold-bearing quartz, dust 
nuggets, &c 


1,515 

1,084,479 

13,051 


3,560 

2,784,498 

13,413 


5,301 

3,566,813 

7,050 

9,678 




80 

3,258,427 

4,640 

9,550 


538 

14,135,195 

11,730 

1,080 




0. C 

G. B 

U. S 

0. C 


8 


2,630 






1,099,053 


2,804,101 


3,588,842 


3,272,702 


14,148,543 


Silver ore 


' 1,595', 548 


26,806 
2,586,367 


■ 3,519,036 
750 


1 
2,630,280 


3,496 
1,350,559 




G. B 

U.S... 

Argentine Repub . 

Australasia 

B. Africa. . 










1,595,548 


2,613,173 


3,519,786 


2,630,281 


1,354,055 


Total gold and silver .... 


2,694,601 


5,417,274 


7,108,628 


5,902,983 


1^,502,598 


Iron and steel and mf's. of — 
Agricultural implements . . 


257,233 

5,847 

9,718 

195,230 

7,177 

769 

3,190 

36,612 

45,729 


268,218 

2,557 

14,945 

313,711 

11,819 

1,583 

7,150 

40,625 

67,815 

31 

20,606 

i87 

10,500 
600 

'l',9i5 


462,498 

.5,532 

1,409 

609,052 

4,953 

2,238 

13,968 

128,976 

1 166,358 


602,875 

13,267 

47,4^5 

596,674 

8,058 

963 

5,715 

253,961 

248,835 


474,532 
11,001 
20,432 

469,763 
2,267 




Chili 


1,904 




Denmark 

France 

Germany,. 


13,046 

208,584 
376,089 




Hawaii 






HoUand 

Italy 

Newfoundland 

Norway & Sweden. 


8,534 

284 

1,400 
23,535 


i 32.443 
1 2,921 
1 569 
3,818 
1 9,723 

1 

5 


30,141 

3,520 

4,245 

25,844 

11,362 

10,050 

4,228 


62,955 

3,070 

647 

1,253 

35.599 






9,870 




o.c . .: 


19 


2,069 










.595,277 


762,262 

1 


1 1,444,463 


1,867,223 


1,693,581 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement ('oy Countries) of the Values of the Principal zirticles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



279 



Articlks Exported. 



Countries, 



Metals and minerals, kc.—Con. 

Iron and steel, &c. — Con. 

Machines and machinery, 

N.E.S., including sewing 

machines 



All other iion and steel and 
manufactures of N.E.S.. 



G. B 

U. S 

Argentine Repub 

Australasia 

Aiistria 

Belgium 

B. Africa 

B. E. Indies . . 

B. W. Indies 

Brazil 

Cen. Am. States. 

Chili 

France , 

Germany 

Gibraltar 

Holland 

Italy 

Mexico j 

Newfoundland . . . , j 

Russia 

St. Pierre 1 

S. W.Indies ! 

U.S. of Colombia.! 
O. C I 



1896. 1897. 



90,113 
121,157 



10,665 



2,241 
215 



1,557 



6,721 
1,764 

16,820 
2,519 

10,189 



5,263 

17,854 

41 

24 

326 

3,820 

1,411 



.1898. 



87,008 
86,099: 



92,385 
151,665 



4,014i 

1,554 

11,910: 

388 j 

7,735 

5251 



7,491 



18,007 

28,146 

5,612 

2.389 



7,207 
7,384 
2,739 
2,059 
308 



2,245 
5,270 



905 



962 



G. B 

U.S.. 

Argentine Repub. . 

Australasia 

Austria 

Belgium 

Brazil 

B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

China 

France 

Germany 

Hawaii 

Hong Kong 

Mexico 

Newfoundland . . . . 
Norway & Sweden. 

St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies .... 
O.C 



2,570 
415 

3,159 
103 
277 

1,877 



6,906 

8,210 

7,854 

349 

559 



292,700 



98, 
168, 
1, 
3, 
9, 
3, 
1 



525 



228,3121 



1,499 
339,473 



1899. 



103,906 
191,584 

26^499 

90 

6,834 

34,8.57 
5,621 
9.085 



75 



6,341 
2,391 



1900. 



113,212 

356,258 

12,848 

40,057 

843 

23,047 

11,565 

30,012 

407 

9,985 

1,070 

6,748 

9,882 

828 



7,652! 

22,733 

16,872 

148 



2,984 



437,761 



2,485 
36,175 

5,629 
18,756 

' 3,648 



2,639 



686,094 



2, 
26, 

29, 

si 



066 
2S8 
019 
084 
115 
248 
5861 
141 1 
85 
330 1 
820 
318 1 
760 i 
848! 



354,337 



116,238 

133,024 

201 

27,509 

1,3651 
1,9331 
4, 3451 

18! 

3, 625 1 

49i. 

l,825i 

26,258 

500' 

o^\ 

3,037| 

75,0.31 1 

5.558 

5; 760 

24 

444 



176,659 

180,234 

269 

4,559 



135,358 

220,451 

1,508 

4,966; 



4,630 
7541, 
93 

751 
4,442! 



20,662 

4 

58 

1,114 

49,163 

19,705 

4,955 



1,587 



406,6211 469,246 



6,367i 

3^8011. 

180' 

12,664 

143 

2,644: 

16,578 

35' 

1,006 . 

547 1 

67,013 

27,511 

6,042 

169 

5,192 



512,175 



208,159 
546,623 

■ 19', 509 
95 

7,472 
190 

90 

3,0:>7 

1,940 

1,599 

68,965 



13,284 

149,665 

35,452 

4,042 
16,676 

5,975 



1,082,833 



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_No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 



Recapitulation. 

Metals and minerals, &c. — Con. 

Iron and steel and nianufac 

tures of 



Lead 



Tin and manufactures of. 



Countries. 



1896. 



1897. 



G. B 

U. S.. _ i 

Argentine Repub..' 

Australasia 

Austria 

Belgium 

Brazil 

B. Africa j 

B. E. Indies . . . . ; 

B. Guiana | 

B. W. Indies j 

Cent. Am. States..! 

Chili \ 

China 

Denmark j 

France i 

Germany ! 

Gibraltar I 

Hawaii I 

Hayti j 

Holland 

Hong Kong 

Italy 

Mexico 

Newfoundland . . 
Norway & Sweden. 

Russia 

Spain 

St. Pierre. .... 

S. W. Indies 

iUruguay 

jU. S. of Colombi:... 
■O. C 



G. B 

|U.S 

j Belgium . 
Germany. 



445,871 

295,734 

11,656 

208,961 

9,238 

5,260 

1,084 

7,507 



4,15? 



1898. 



8,iio: 

141 

3,190 

38,461 

88,899 

2,519 

980 

20;671 

318, 

500 

6,023i 

47,9861 

1,4001 

23,576 

468 

5, 283 1 

3261 



471,464 

221,680 

15,185 

345,234 

1,554 

13,590 

1,933 

16,552 

7,735 

18 

4,150 

7,207 

9,303 

103 

7,150 

45,189 

96,1321 

308 

5311 

371 

20,634! 

58, 

145' 

5,282 

80,488 

16,058 

600 i 



1899. 



1900. 



731,542 

337, 4;U 

1,678 

621,102 

22,637 

1,194 

33,192 

5,612 

75 

6,831 

2,570 

2,653 

20 

13,968 

132,418 

187,123 

277 

4 

' 35;i76 

58 1 

2,9211 

8,020! 

57,942! 

23,523| 

17,764 



842,139 
425,302 

49,550 

628,139 

90 

13,201; 



46,716 

6,1211 

224 i 

21,749' 

75, 

963 i 

158' 

5,865 

262,946' 

267,804 



35 

30,644 

1,306 

5,058 

8,277 

93,991 

53, .%5 

28,234 



795,903 

913,882 

33,280 

529,329 

938 

32,522 

10,175 

14,332 

30,012 

726 

3,504 

1,318 

8,797 

1,940 

13,046 

220,065 

445,882 



990 



63,099 



6,665 
24 



4,023! 
324 



1,242,314 



408,625 



408,625 



Miscellaneous metals and min- 
erals and mf's. of : — 
Asbestos 



G. B 

U. S 

Australasia . . . , 

Belgium , 

Newfoundland 
St. Pierre. . . 
O. C 



G. B 

U. S 

Belgium . . 
France.. . 
Germany. 
O. C 



439 

24,203 

494 

480 

12,455 

1,451 

10 



43 
2,143 



1,397,195 



1,854 
522,327 



524,181 



200 
25,093 



39,532 



96,863 

240,416 

15,375 

12,107 

117,918 



482,679 



600 

5,280 

854 

312 



5,304 

559! 

188 1 

44! 

1,3621 



6,190 

258 

10,050 

8J19 



2,253,182 2,817,159 



1,006,278 

600 

1,269 



895,769 



1,008, 147 1 895,769 



5,555 

49,459 

155,941 

36,711 

57,033 



4,108 

20,324 

11,012 

152 

2,473 



3,462,508 



41,289 

621,280 

26,122 



688,691 



643 1 
32,863; 



202 
16,114 



1,133 777 

10,357' 10,376 

1,466^ 354 

825; 



393 

68,382 



997 
979 
230 
263 



32,339 



236,598 
206,552 



67,766 

1 



510,917 



47,287 

94,879 

364,734 

7,800 



27,8231 



'1,244 



43,295 



510,708 



66,623 70,749 

361,401 322,984 

13,100 16,260 



12,052 
453,176 



80,916 



490,909 



1 STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 281 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, kc. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Metals and minerals, kc.—Con. 
.Miscell. metals, kc.—Cwi. 
Nickel, line contained in 
ore, matte or speiss 


G. B 

U.S 

G. B 

U.S 

Australasia 

Belgium 




S 

850 
497,665 


970i531 


994,537 


8 
1,040,498 


All other metals and min- 
erals, and manufactures 
of, N.K.S 


486,651 


498,515 


970,531 


994,537 


1,040,498 


31,463 

186,717 

252 

1,037 

251 

i9i 

135 

1,107 

220 

187 


42,955 

152,594 

683 

99 

976 

41 

589 

■ ' 3^249 
117 
828 
681 


59,622 

413,701 

1,789 

1,250 

227 

170 

764 

1,614 

4,170 

47 

32 


25,279 

345,351 

1,724 

27,907 

66 

160 

666 

325 

955 

148 

1,748 


25,471 

432,425 

752 

40,593 




B. VV. Indies 

France 


282 

1,100 

500 




Hong Kong 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

U.S.Colombia.... 
O.C 

G. B 

U.S 


4,736 

60 



1,104 


Total miscellaneous metals 
and minerals and mfs. of 


221,560 


202,812 


483,386 


404,329 


507,023 


1,190,890 


1,212,244 


1,964,625 


1,852,042 


2,038,430 


Recapitulation. 

^letals and minerals and manu- 
factures of 


576,151 

4,616,603 

11,656 

209,707 

9,238 

22,152 

1,084 

7,507 

248 
4,418 

8,260 

13,192 

3,190 

50,57(> 

207,008 

2,519 

980 




807,241 

7,524,399 

15,185 

326,667 

20,804 

14,289 

1,9.33 

16,930 

7,735 

18 

5,132 

7,207 

9,303 

13.516 

7,150 

45,230 

164,725 

308 

531 

37 

20,634 

2,753 


919,286 

11,048,866 

1,678 

622,891 

33J426 

1,194 

33,302 

5,612 

75 

7,058 

2,570 

2,653 

7,095 

13,968 

132,588 

233,914 

277 

" " 35Ji70 

11,350 

2,921 

8^620 
72,469 
23,523 
17,764 


939,909 

9,844,575 

49,550 

629,863 

90 

54,985 

48,217 

6,121 

224 

21,815 


937,839 
20,272,593 


. 


Argentine Rep 

Australasia 

Austria 

Belgium 

Brazil 

B. Africa 

B. E. Indies. 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Cent. Am. States. . 
Chili 


33,280 

530,081 

938 

116,494 

10,175 

14,332 

30,012 

726 

3,801 

1,318 




963 

4,798 

5,865 

268,111 

280,522 

35 

■ " 30,644 

11.181 

5,058 

8^277 

105,322 
53,355 
28,234 


8,797 




China 

Denmark . 


13,774 
13,046 




France... 


221,165 
527,546 




Gibraltar 

Hawaii 






990 




Havti 






Holland 


20,089 
453 


63,391 




Hong Kong 

Italy 


1,080 
5,555 


' 


Japan 

Mexico 

Newfoundland 

Norway & Sweden. 

Russia 

Spain. 
St. Pierre. 


6,023 

61,548 

1,400 

23,576 

468 

6,954 

345 


.5;282 

89,017 

16,058 

600 


1,462 

49,459 

161,656 

36,711 

57,033 




7,636 
24 


6,817 
559 


6,692 
258 
102 

■ ■ 18,989 


4,398 




S. W. Indies 

Turkey 


20,429 




Uruguay 

U.S. Colombia.... 
O.C 


4^023 
824 


2,595 


'44 

1,557 


ii,6i2 

152 
1,014 




5,870,192 


9,133,810 


13,246,647 


12,418,755 


23,150,859 



282 



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No. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

16.— Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
E.xported, kc. — Continued. 



Akticles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1 

j 1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Musical instruments :— 
Cabinet organs 


G. B 

U.S 

Australasia 

Belgium. . . 

B. Africa 

B. W. Indies 

Germany 

Holland 

Newfoundland . . . 
O.C 


$ 

234,684 

4,527 

14,537 

916 

5,986 

1,780 

22,672 

70 


1 s 

288,181 

9,763 

14,387 

1,258 

5,809 

525 

21,176 

1,4S0 

1,038 

183 


256,106 

3,584 

19,522 

1,018 

5,303 

490 

24,243 

2,330 

327 


350,637 
3,444 

25,681 


8 

391,139 

3,543 

26,547 

1,050 

3,035 

305 

10,060 

2,190 

743 

1,535 




5,581 

780 

13,971 

875 

365 




G. B 

U.S 

Australasia 

B. Africa 










285,172 


343,800 


312,923 


401,334 


440,147 


All other musical instru- 


7,500 
41,494 
15,932 


18,200 

28,049 

10,164 

163 

487 

1,774 


13,638 

29,993 

7,073 

2,301 

ii035 


10.839 

28,675 

24,686 

1,276 

200 


13,621 

25,310 

23,583 

1,026 












B. W. Indies 

France 


425 


1,280 
7,640 




Germany 

Newfoundland .... 
O.C 

G. B 

u. s 


i,832 
1,105 

800 


50 

4,234 

403 


540 
2,458 


35 

3,478 

440 


1,850 
1,202 
1,870 


Recapitulation. 
Musical instruments 


69,088 


63,524 


57,038 


69,629 


77,382 


242,184 

46,021 

30,469 

916 

5,9S6 

2J205 


306,381 

37,812 

24,551 

1,258 

5,972 

487 

2,299 


269,744 

33,577 

26,595 

1,018 

7,604 

1^525 


361,476 
32,119 
50,367 

(5,857 

980 


404,760 

28,853 




Australasia 

Belgium 


50,130 

2,075 




B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

France 


4,061 

i;585 

8,090 




Germany 

Hawaii 

Holland 


24,504 

500 


21,226 


24,783 


14,006 


11,910 




1,480 
5,272 

586 


2,330 

2,785 


875 

3,843 

440 


2,190 




Newfoundland . . 
O.C 

G.B.... 

u. s 

o. c 

G. B 

U.S 

Australasia 

B. Guiana 


1,175 
300 


1,945 

1,930 











354,260 

120,949 

475 

121,424 


407,324 


3G9,961 


470,963 


517,529 


Oil cake , 


192,644 

2,388 

7 

■ 

195,039 


187,873 

10,984 

18 


139,046 
4,815 


221,825 
'"2;337 




198,875 


143,861 


224,162 


Oils 


10,088 

50,227 

1,857 


11,130 

93,890 

4,227 

591 

545 

901 

25,682 

2,674 

584 


3,841 

39,948 

5,397 

38 
770 

26,140 

2,753 

403 


9,415 

40,546 

8,817 

35 

1,239 

3^386 
205 


4,840 

50,415 

125 

51 




B. W. Indies... 

Denmark 

Germany 

Holland". 


1,384 
4,500 
8,107 
4,000 
6,942 
140 


226 




Newfoundland. . 
O.C 


8,260 
324 




87,245 


140,224 


79,290 


63,643 


64,241 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL SIATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



283 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Pelts, raw 


U. S 

O.C 

G. B 

U. S 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

China 

Dan. W, Indies . . . 
Germany 


6 

56,324 

1 


42,948 
150 


39,^76 


34,305 
10 


85,162 





j 






56,325 


43,098 


39,276 34,315l 8.5,162 

: 


Provisions : — 

Blotter 


958,649 
2,820 

" " 7J229 

3,467 

7,212 

9,370 

94 

105,510 

23,790 

405 

222 


2,075,510 

6,896 

110 

12,794 

837 

8, .301 

8,513 

10 

116,228 

23,409 

485 

388 


2,349,369 

46,583 

71 

27,160 

791 

9,217 

17,754 

576 

51,117 

20,125 

75 

826 


1 

3,844,051: 5,239,814 

10,472 19,637 

783; 3,767 

41,8751 53,657 

1,3241 1,663 

9,768i 10,072 

12,384 7,210 

l,834i 2,498 

74,8131 66,069 

27,^02: 23,425 

225: 1,624 

• 74 i 127 


k 


Newfoundland 

St. Pion-e 

S.W.Indies 

O.C 

G. B 

U.S 

Belgium 

B. Africa 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

China 

Dan. W.Indies... 
Germany. 




1,118,768 

14,251.790 

10,495 

665 

136 

8,871 
1,309 
1,005 


2,253,481 


2,523,664 4,025,405 5,429,563 




15,232,292 
4,564 


i 
18,432,311! 17.320.790 


20,437,936 




18,353 


40,038 
3,137 


7,108 
15 




i47 

8,457 

1,708 

2,076 

24 

104 

855 

11,954 

569 


213 

545 

14,377 

2,142 

2,140 

1,428 

l',666 

12,784 
102 
767 


347 

724 

15,574 

1,585 

4,624 

597 

13,293 

245 

4S2 


347 

1,012 

13,393 

987 

2,515 




Hayti . . 


222 

1,037 

7,509 

63 

723 






Japan 

Newfoundland 

S. W. Indies 

0. C 

G.B 

U. S 

B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre. 


551 

16,651 

392 

3,074 




14,283,825 


15,262,750 


18,486,168 


17,401,436 20,483,981 


Eerers 


704,768 

97,313 

337 

2,496 

2,169 

7 


923,965 

47,623 

512 

2,869 

2,817 

693 


1,244,051 


1.2.54.399 1.447.0.30 




5,029; ' 6;666 

679 1 1,159 

2,1411 1,490 

3,223: 3,206 

181: 150 


2,661 
1,179 
2,155 
3,339 




0. C... 


1,578 




G.B 

U. S 






807,090 


978,479 


1,255,304 1,267,063 


1,457,942 


Meats:— 

Bacon and hams 


4,370,364 
3,338 


5,831,623 

5,128 

168 

736 

362 

3,349 


i 
8,034,616 10,407,654 
6,561 5,929 


12,749,175 




1,865 




B Gniana 


36 




B. W.Indies 

Hayti 

Newfoundland 

S. W. Indies 


1,155 
225 

5,802 


1,391 
208 

2,035 
135 


1,040 


595 




2,540 


5,265 




St. Pierre 

0. C 


906 
675 


349 

2.085 


193 1 328 1 273 
1,228 2801 1,316 
















4,382,465 5,843,800 


8,046,367 


10,417,771 


12,758,525 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Akticles Exported. 


i 
1 

Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Provisions — Con. 
Meats— Co«. 
Canned meats 


G. B ! 

U. S.... 1 

B. Africa 


816,850| 
2,101 


327,216 
561 


217,506 


97.0.39 


236,792 




3,873 3;356 


6,084 

68,097 

823 




B. W. Indies 

Germany 

Newfoundland 

0. C. . 


343 

1,100 

99 

112 


479 

200 

1,646 

22 


950| 1,843 

i 




2,724i i64 
36 2,323 


248 
246 




G. B 

U. S.... 

Australasia 






820,605 


.330,124 225,0891 104,718 


312,290 


Meats, all other, and lard . . . 


99,107 
30,981 


385,296 
104,251 


496,834 
49,333 


221,131 

27,588 


484,129 

28,753 
10 700 




B Guiana 


334 

13,404 

1.32 

180 

1,966 

57,015 

948 

80,498 

6,383 

132 

861 

291,941 


78 
6,547 


451 
15,991 


■5',683 


80 




B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies... 


9,829 
10 




103 










F. W. Indies 

Germany 

Hayti 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre, . 


85 




■ ■ ■ i;574 

57,077 

8,556 

79 


3,743 

33,291 

7,364 


58,691 
1,545 

39,400 
7 98.5 


195 

■ ■ ■ ■ '49,764 
5,621 




S.W.Indies 

0. C 


1,689 7,'441 
337 1,796 


46 




G.B 

U. S 

Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africa 






563,561 

24,775,902 
169.023 

1,354 


609,033 


370,560 


589,212 


Becapihdation. 


21,201,.528 
147,048 

■ ■ ■ 1^235 


30,774,687 
129,732 

m 

213 


33,145,050 
94,049 

■ 3^137 
347 


40,594,876 




66,108 

13,714 

1,586 

68,503 




B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

China 

Dan. W. Indies . . 
France ... 


470 

31,339 

5,107 

8,349 

736 

2,074 

67,485 

1,576 

1,218 

201,914 

33,408 

603 

21 

583 


503 
29,525 

2,770 
10,383 

1,365 


1,067 1,507 
60, 548 1 67,174 

2,9331 2,925 

11,3671 14,542 

704 95 


4,895 
79,476 

2,650 
12,597 

1,227 




F. W. Indies 

Germany. . 


^ 10 

8,7371 19,182 
2,22ll 3,951 

j 865 1 1.582 


32 

71,075 
1,545 
2.458 


174 
7,405 




Hayti 








3,049 




Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies 

U. S. Colombia. .. 
O. C 

G.B 

u. s 

Newfoundland 


193,123 

35,168 

547 


104,092 131,700 

31,229 39,029 

2,172 8,380 


140,152 

32,817 

2,016 




709 


1,755 3,908 


268 




21,704,694 


25,232,195 


31,145,625 33,586,953 


41,031,513 




1,325 

35,688 

471 


4,357 

75,487 


5,677 
.37,919 


2,892 
28,236 


3,593 




45,694 




37,484 


79,844 


43,596 


31,128 


49,287 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. i 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Seeds :- 
Clover and grass seed 


G. B 

U. S 

Belgium 


295,516 
75,491 


330,695 

38,822 


331.405 
48;077 
9,150 
5,001 
2,259 
46,918 
2,719 


431,062 

50,781 

3,837 

20.765 

8,109 

230,669 

496 

2,279 


$ 

188,829 

100,559 

459 








2,462 

38', 486 
1,985 


13,069 

360 

54,769 

1 315 




France 

Germany 

Holland 


' ' 47,702 




0. C . 


45 


1,268 




G.B 

U. S 

Belgium 




418,754 


412,450 


445,529 


747,998 


360,628 


Seeds, all other 


49,894 
10,371 


135,792 
4,013 


75,626 
10,607 


734,309 

13,109 

89,671 

400 

57 

15 


962,383 

5,600 

42,599 






1,044 
85 
34 
13 


2 

71 


5 

9 




Germany 

Newfoundland 

0. C 

G.B 

u. S 


35,632 
118 




61,441 


139,878 


86,247 


837,561 


1,046,332 


Recapitulation. 
.'^eeds 


345,410 

85,862 


466,487 
42,835 


407,031 

58,684 

9,150 

5,001 

2,259 

46,918 

2,719 

5 

9 


1,165,371 

63,890 

93.508 

20,765 

8,509 

230,669 

496 

75 

2,276 


1,151,212 

106,159 

43,058 

13,069 

360 




Belgium . . 




Denmark 




2,462 

2 

38,486 

1,985 

71 




France 


1,044 

47,787 




Germany 

Holland 


90,401 

1,315 

118 

1,268 




Newfoundland .... 
0. C . 

G. B 

U. S 

Belgium 

Brazil 


66 
26 


' 


480,195 


552,328 


531,77^ 


1,585,559 


1,406,960 


Shijjs sold to other countries , . 


5,400 


2,410 

18,750 


17,000 

36,450 

8,000 

3,000 


7,500 

3,715 




■■"30,170 

6,016 
1,600 




B.W.Indies 

Dan. W. Indies... 
Dutch W. Indies. . 
France 


5,450 
1,300 


8,971 












1,700 










' 48^266 
6,000 


42",786 

35,600 

3,900 

27,330 


6,000 




Italy 






81,000 




Liberia 

Mexico 

Newfoundland .... 
Norway & Sweden 

Portugal . 

Russia 


1,000 






5,966 

28,775 

7,665 

18.677 


900 

28,843 

2,190 


" " 37^69 


4,150 

" ■ ii^ess 








20,000 




St. Pierre 

U. S. Colombia. . 


25,225 


29,400 
12,000 


32,550 
2; 766 


6,950 


45,000 




C 


















• 


99,392 


105,164 


191,069 


127,181 


205,618 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 1 6 — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Abticles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Spirits and wines 


G. B.. . 


17,035 

355,649 

525 

3,889 

1,115 

95 

1,657 


13,372 
447,447 

185 

■ 90 


35,301 

232,896 


30,907 

265,049 

525 

5,017 

1,320 

220 

2,755 

1,644 

2,133 

6,241 

17,925 

5 

5,171 

1,135 

49 

1,122 


49,828 

273,927 

1,000 


U. S 

Argentine Repub. . 
Australasia. . 

Belgium 

Brazil 




5,315 

90 

1,425 


9,363 




476 




B. Africa 

B. E. Indies 


2,153 
4,048 
1,425 




B. Honduras 

B. W. Indies 

Cen. Am. States . . 
Chili. 


1,021 

1,943 

5,199 

594 

357 

1,090 

490 

500 






2,310 


2,252 
183 

400 

1,959 
618 
979 


8,184 

19,657 

998 




688 

1,210 

86 

1,196 

959 

268 

2,246 




China 

France 

Germany 

Hawaii 


11,520 
1,728 

3^492 




Holland 






474 

2,503 

957 


■■■■ 7^528 
609 
119 

4,894 

2,822 

775 

1,872 


190 




Mexico 

Newfoundland 

Peru 


4,789 
1,927 


12,772 

1,649 

357 




St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies 

U. S. of Colombia. 
O.C 

G. B.. 


7,015 

26 

574 

577 


5,229 


3,744 
35 

266 


1,321 

7,052 




492 
184 


3,800 
4,491 




406,067 


475,970 


289,397 


359,837 


419,431 


Stone and manufactures of : — 
Gypsum, crude 


125 
205,516 




1 




U. S 


182,892 

464 

20 


193,515 


166,216 
6 


236,065 








Newfoundland 

G.B 

U.S.. 

B. Guiana 

B.W.Indies 

Germany 
















205,641 


183,376 


193,515 


166,222 


236,065 


Stone and nianufact,ures of, 
all other, N. E. S 


550 

213,193 

20 

287 

5 

933 

15 

28 

593 


3,341 

156,183 

1,315 

402 

10 

2,367 

51 

502 


6,658 

164,883 

1,728 

1,462 

i;646 

66 

475 

25 


1,057 
194,014 

405 

52i 

88 
52 


100 
254,100 

734 

550 




Newfoundland... 
St. Pierre 


117 
10 




S.W.Indies 

O.C 

G.B . 

U.S 

B. Guiana 

B.W.Indies.... 

Germany 

Newfoundland 

St Pierre 


2,095 
216 




215,624 


164,171 


176,343 


196,137 


257,922 


Recapitulation. 
Stone and manufactures^of 


675 

418,709 

20 

287 

5 

933 


3,341 

339,075 

1,779 

402 

10 

2,387 


6,658 

358,398 

1,728 

1,462 


1,057 

360,230 

6 

405 


100 
490,165 

734 
550 




1,046 

m 

475 
25 


521 
88 
52 


117 
10 




S. W. Indies 

C 


28 
. 608 


502 
51 


2,095 
216 












421,265 


347,547 


369,858 


362,359 


• 493,987 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported. &c. — Continued. 



287 



Articles Exported. 



Countries, 



1896. 



Siigar and molasses 



iG.B 

lU.S 

IB. W. Indies 

jHayti .. 

i Japan 

JNewfoundland . . . , 

St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies .... 
U.S. of Colombia, 
O.C 



Tobacco and manufactures of. . 



Vegetables 
Potatoes . 



1,242 

67,784 

1,472 

473 



50,480 
2,099 

' 2,188 
275 



1897. 



1,429 

71,280 

5,920 

92 

71.908 

25,327 

660 

21 

650 

459 



126,013 



G.B 

U. S 

Australasia 

Belgium 

B. Africx 

B. E. Indies 

B. W. Indies 

Chili 

China 

Denmark 

France 

Germany 

Gibraltar 

Holland 

Japan 

Newfoundland .... 
Norway & Sweden. 

St. Pierre 

Spain ... 

Switzerland 

O.C 



■ 3,375 
167,215 
5 
1,754 
1,1:^6 
7,231 
5,497 
3,781 



1,800 



177,746 



1898. 



1899. 



1,412 

27,484 
8,157 

78,095^ 

28,531 

93: 

249 
189' 



3,191 

427,554 

11 

359 

150 



0,519 



1,000 



619 

1,791 

3,985 

75 

16,193 

473 

15,767 



970 

778 

1,904 

9,714 

24,569 



135: 
129 



11,806 

89 
188 
413 



6,157! 

119,572 

125 

1,249 

1,176: 



3,814 



385 
560 



2,915 

47 

20,080 

4,670 
16,550 



18,469 



188 

1,488 



G. B 

:U. S 

B. Guiana 

:B. W.Indies 
I Dan. W. Indies. 
F. W. Indies. . . . 

IHayti 

i Newfoundland. 

|St. Pierre 

'S. W. Indies. .. 
|U. S. Colombia . 
O.C 



230,961 489,215 197,475 



4.54 

15,309 

25,858 

70,673i 

1,729! 

238j 

9261 

9,108i 

4,358' 

97,898 

775 

280 



2 

10,611 

27,851 

48,466 

1,776 

154 

409 

23,189 

10,036 

114,200 

292 

154 



327, 223 [ 
27, 492 i 

78,088 
2,266l 



227,606; 246,140 



76! 

21,025 

8,485! 

168, 804 i 

418 

50 



033,927 



3,949; 

77,864 

40 

20 

42,535^ 

20, 131 i 

2 



16 



144,213 144,557 



12,148 

116,036 

670 

3,599 

1,162 



5,319 



500 



7,382 

lJ5i2 

11,677 

i6;3i9 



843 



375 

47,629 

26,081 

52,313 

581 

508 

347 

15,181 

6,493 

164.878 

205 



315,527 



1900. 



926 

96,6.59 

622 



21,602 
32 



330 



120,171 



11,854 

89,057 

332 

2,807 

156 

2,450 

4,616 



2,695 
1,176 
2,097 
351 
744 
1,578 

14',li4 

600 

22,737 



160 
936 



177, 167 1 158,460 



392 

17,493 

23,476 

65,398 

1,253 



5,513 

6,327 

209,957 

345 

155 



330,309 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Vegetables — Con. 
All other, including canned 
vegetables 


G. B 

U.S . 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies... 

Hayti 

Japan 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre •. 


2,142 

97,073 

1,010 

1,612 

187 
349 

' 5^190 

1,450 

149 

33 

10 


8 

9,182 

112,324 

9 

1,346 

74 

294 

75 

5,615 

2,662 

543 

472 


5,347 

88,392 

14 

3,323 

643 

25 

"5^132 

3,324 

656 

59 


17,163 
121,037 


27,570 
133,271 




2,919 

561 

61 

6^924 

2,870 

865 

11 

186 


2,262 
398 




" ' 7,632 

2,511 

108 

384 

2,671 




S. W. Indies .... 
U. S. Colombia . . . 
0. C 

G. B 

U.S 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies... 

F. W. Indies. 

Hayti 

Japan 

Newfoundland .... 

St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies 

U. S. Colombia. . . . 
0. C 


Recapitulation. 
Ve^^etables 


109,205 


132,596 

9,184 

131,935 

27,860 

49,812 

1,850 

157 

703 

75 

28,804 

12,698 

114,743 

292 

623 


106,915 


152,597 


176,207 


2,596 

112,382 

26.868 

72,285 

1,916 

238 

1,275 

" " ' 14^298 

5,808 

98,047 

808 

290 


5,347 

415,615 

27,506 

81,411 

2,909 

11 

101 

50 

26,157 

11,809 

169,460 

418 

48 


17,538 

168,666 

26,081 

55,232 

1,142 

516 

408 

' " 22405 

9,363 

165,743 

216 

1,114 


27,962 

150,764 

23,476 

67,660 

1,651 




" 12,545 

8,838 

210,065 

729 

2,826 




U.S . 

U.S 






336,811 


378,736 


740,842 


468,124 


506,516 


Wood and manufactures of : — 
Bark for tanning 


177,010 


112,154 


105,057 


48,890 


61,899 




222,309 
70 
10 


173,799 
122 


140,761 
136 


123,540 
171 


117,663 




St. Pierre 

0. C 

G. B 

U. s 


88 













222,389 


173,921 


140,897 


123,711 


117,751 


Logs, all kinds 


13,890 
1,717,143 


50,300 

2,095,497 

150 


10,618 
1,789,439 


4,761 
1,564,816 


16,843 
743,678 










Newfoundland . . . 







46 
214 


125 


115 




0. C 


288 


155 






G. B .... 

U. S 






1,731 321 
3,049,315 


2,126,102 


1,800,317 


1,569,702 


760,636 


Lumber :— 
Deals, pine 


3,309,450 


3,859,372 


4,007,771 


3,233,667 
31,730 




Argentine Rep.. 






18,000 
4,373 


143,800 
6,374 

i.ios 

245 












11,142 




Brazil 

B. Africa. 






9,000 




France 


1,029 

11,145 

48 


597 


1,227 


270 
650 




Tc"T:::.:::. 


3,310 


2,476 


139 




3,061,537 


3,313,357 


3,885,448 


4,193,628 


3,286,598 



STATISTIClL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 



28» 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

;N'o. 16. Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, ifec. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Wood and manufactures of 
—Con. 
Lumber— Con. 

Deals, spruce and other. . 


G.B 

u. S 


4,865,305 

500,100 

7,250 

7,791 


•S 

6,513,224 

315,746 

32,479 

11,050 

429 

30,142 

7,457 

117,482 


7,094,801 

310.308 

2,137 

33,994 

11,495 

51,110 

12,627 

259,753 


6,751,921 

462,453 

1,414 

52 359 

35,444 

13,448 

11,111 

354,553 

40,842 

20,367 

27,561 


7,522,397 
351,562 




Argentine Rep 

Australasia 


27,599 
13,880 
22,683 




Brazil 

B. Africa 

France 

Fr. Poss. in Africa 


15,456 

5,840 

110,653 

8,338 


18,618 




150,243 
31,159 












Gibraltar . 






6,096 
18,636 


8,580 




Holland 




5,750 


35,378 




Italy 

Newfoundland 

Norway & Sweden. 
Portugal. 




9,086 




3,700 

5,986 

16,859 

32,468 


3,735 

6,190 

4,180 

45,810 






1,857 










26,515 

86,516 

4,378 


16,548 
55,476 


39,495 




Spain 


55,107 




St Pierre 






C 




811 


5,000 


316 




G. B 

U. S 

Argentine Rep 

Australasia 

RploHinn 










5,579,746 


7,094,485 


7,918,366 


7,848,437 


8,287,960 


Deal ends 


506,331 

5,192 

323 

100 


628,110 

2,151 

940 

129 


616,040 
5,432 

495 

792 

338 

10,959 


753,728 
363 

459 

1,224 

80 

10,871 


543,055 
4,214 

1^914 




B. Africa 


410 
5,250 

358 

382 
1,963 

337 


3,302 






France 

Norway & Sweden. 

Portugal 

Soain 


2,993 






3,037 

3,0.32 

943 


1^375 
2,358 


334 




2,397 
164 


11,329 




ac .:::..: 
G.B 

u. s 


1,030 




520,646 


637,193 


641,068 


770,458 


564,869 


Planks and boards 


583,393 

7,041,074 

224,118 

96,482 

5,504 

34,500 

76,149 


• 961,357 

8,612,283 

399,709 

164,163 

21,143 

12,105 

42,054 


1,088,247 

3,707,013 

202,585 

153,024 

13,211 


1,292,805 

4,352,511 

407,973 

169,592 

19,876 

35,927 

50,747 

29,576 

4,988 

148,988 

19,031 

18,703 

71,345 

767 


1,171,945 
7,331,766 


, 


Argentine Rep. . . . 
Australasia. . . 


359,280 

127,582 

40,169 




Brazil 

B. Africa 

B. E Indies . . . 

B. Guiana 

B. W. Indies 

Cen. Am. States . . 

Chili 

China 

Dan. W. Indies . . . 

Fiji Islands 

France 

F. W. Indies 






16,420 


21,757 
402 




5,595 
85,421 

'53,390 

86,628 
120 
257 

11,289 
88 

11,915 


11,265 
107,801 


5,040 

88,901 


4,471 
101,484 




56,054 

96,628 

7,054 


12,565 

54,795 

690 


50,451 

115,662 

350 




27,758 

334 

17,468 

575 

90 

41,551 

13,691 


29,342 
" " 20^044 


24,445 

3,309 

6,355 




6,290 




6,920 




riiVir-olf Ql- 






Havti 

Holland 


225 

13,538 

6,006 

20,252 


720 
14,004 
39,102 
10,462 








3,136 

3,766 

11,573 


1,340 




Japan 

Maderia 


11,900 

20,874 



lO—i— 19 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

2^0. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Co7itinued. 



Articles Exported. 


i 

! 

Countries. 


1396. 


i 

1897. 


1898. 

j 


1899. 


1900. 


Wood and manufactures of 
—Con. 
Lumber — Con. 
Planks and boards— Co?i. . 


Mexico 

Newfoundland 

Peru 


S 

26 
5,373 


62 
10,3^^2 
31,458 


lOS 

i 4,546 

3,685 

i 10 


6 

1 

' 673 

3,424 

15,429 

" " 15^028 
16,403 


485 

16,475 

290 




Portugal 

Portuguese Poss 


725 



14,735 




28,594 

17,670 

526 

30,291 

92,982 

23,857 

1,839 

1,441 






St. Pierre 

Spain 


16,295 


18,375 


11,174 




Span. Poss. Africa. 

S. W. Indies 

Uruguay 

U. S. Colombia.... 
0. C 


17,182 

96,172 

20,554 

1,439 


26,868 

95,902 

16,451 

859 

2,422 


31,722 
87,239 
26,039 
2,382 
12,010 


34,994 
135,187 

26,568 
1,284 
4,691 




G.B 

U. S. 

Argentine Rep 

Australasia 

B. W. Indies 

Chili 

Dan. W. Indies... 






8,513,710 


10,832,185 


5,625,391 


6,885,762 


9,618,526 


Laths, palings and pickets. 


3,726 

509,650 

6,160 

4,508 

920 

201 


7,224 
500,361 

4,995 

189 
356 
628 
11 
224 


13,012 
351,500 


19,549 
401,237 


25,606 
490,531 




7,442 
259 
143 

59 

313 


7,591 
620 


9,048 

2,126 

304 




96 

169 






Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 


370 
372 

781 
1,297 

410 


289 








Span. Poss. other.. 
Uruguay 

"•c 

G. B 

U.S 

Argentine Rep 

B. W. Indies 

Newfoundland .... 
Span. Poss. other.. 
Urusruav 


1,145 
i43 


2,761 
792 


2,068 

67 

926 


3,564 
638 




528,395 


515,276 


376,281 


432,323 


532,106 


Joists and scantling 


52,649 

270,425 

66,010 

107 

8,466 


113,448 

212,245 

105,332 

123 

53 

2,681 

3,990 

102 


122,373 

69,975 

39,970 

664 

366 

11,473 


109,802 

78,414 

41,110 

245 

280 
1,806 


108,254 

70,403 

50,300 

2,41J) 

960 

3,328 




4,713 

84 






o.a.^':: ■:;*:: 


1,452 


3,311 






G. B 

U. S 

Australasia 

B. W Indies. 






402,454 


437,974 


246,273 


234,968 


235,664 


■ 
Staves and headings 


87,176 

604,912 

219 


48,491 

643,127 

1,015 

375 


7,227 

336,539 

1,469 

383 


68,913 

448,608 

156 

614 

3U0 

790 

1,076 

2,660 

3,133 

196 

685 


65,641 

475,730 

2,053 

460 




China 


1,418 

189 

834 

2,649 

3,952 

634 






Dan. W. Indies. . . 

F. W. Indies 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre . 

S. W. Indies 

O. C 


540 
1,231 

340; 

4.242 
70 


313 

4831 
1,401 1 
2,361 

539 

868 


230 

3,027 

1,816 

17 

842 












701,983 


699,431 


401,583 


527,131 


549,816 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, (kc. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Wood and manufactures of 
—Con. 
Lumber — Con. 
Lumber, all other, N.E.S. 


G.B 

U.S. 

Argentine Rep 

Australasia 

Belgium 

Brazil 

B. Africa 


142,619 

380,515 

106,905 

1,229 

3,720 

2,197 


76,119 
240,174 


$ 

125,721 
148,115 


116,610 
225,095 


161,447 
389,918 




10,860 
1,155 

1^669 


91 


507 


















B. W. Indies 

China 

France 


18 
132 
544 


480 


70 

3,213 

232 

450 

434 

7,808 

1,759 

10,010 

1,069 

7,334 






3,752 
850 
513 






28 




175 






HoUand 

Japan . 


275 


290 




857 

683 

3,852 

90 

1^435 


9 

2,958 


6,625 
2,648 




Newfoundland ... 
Peru 


2,014 




St. Pierie 

Uruguay 

0. C. 


70 

47,500 

594 


404 


283 




G. B 

U.S 

Argentine Rep 

Australasia 

Belgium 

Brazil . . . 




Recapitulation. 
Lumber 


688,332 

9,290,514 

9,311,868 

410,766 

110,329 

9,224 

52,153 

82,399 

5,595 
86,466 


342,009 


277,953 


374,591 


561,239 


11,657,423 

10,526,968 

538,460 

192,212 

24,671 

42,732 

51,261 

1,435 

11,375 

108,488 




12,976,793 

4,928,972 

262,692 

196,515 

29,871 

51,179 

29,385 

2,422 

5,040 

90,687 


13,121,099 

5,968,681 

594,297 

230,664 

62,918 

49,.375 

96,268 

29,576 

5,151 

150,537 

19,031 

25,707 

75,78^ 

1,557 


12,832,012 

9,145,854 

437,179 

152,563 

75,908 

27,618 

21,757 




B. Africa 




B. E. Indies .... 

B. Guiana 

B.W.Indies 

Cen. Am. States . 

Chili 

China 


402 

4,471 

106,489 




53,591 

88,128 

309 

257 

128,765 

922 

8,675 

23,060 


56,410 
100,402 

8,222 

149^989 
1,231 


12,708 

54,887 

1,003 


50,755 
116,300 




Dan. W. Indies... 

Fiji Islands 

France . 

F. W. Indies. ..... 

Fr. Poss. in Africa. 
Germany . 


580 




302,067 
483 


393,181 
4,579 

42,285 
28,698 


160,666 

" ■ ' ■ 3l",832 
7,609 




1,643 

17,468 

587 

6,004 


21,018 

6,416 

720 

33,263 




Gibraltar . 


8,580 

■ " ■ 37;o68 

9,398 

18,525 




Havti 

Holland 


250 
13,813 




' 31,773 




Italy . 




Japan 


6,006 
20,662 

22,620 
6,344 

■ * ■ " 17^966 

■ ■ ■ ■ 2b>48 

35,212 
97.400 
18,479 
72,767 
1,439 




42,423 

13,691 

62 

15,204 

6,190 
35,310 

4,180 
28,594 
22,316 
48,733 
92,982 
34,117 
27,847 

1,839 

1,441 


39,111 

10,462 

108 

9,330 


11,574 

11,573 

673 

8,219 




Madeira 

Mexico 

Newfoundland 

Norway & Sweden 

Peru 

Portugal 

Portuguese Poss . . 

St. Pierre 

Spain . 


20,874 

485 

25,256 




3,685 
31,948 

"""27,197 
89,548 
96,441 
41,102 
16,451 
859 


25,439 
16,548 
15,028 
20,842 
57,096 
87,435 
35,596 
26,106 
2,382 
17,626 


429 
54,564 




13,273 
66,436 




S. W. Indies 

S. Poss. in Africa. 

Uruguay 

U. S. of Colombia. 
C 


135,204 

42,208 

26,568 

1,284 

4,691 














19,996,803 


23,871,910 


19,372,363 


21,267,298 


23,636,778 



lC_i^l9^ 



292 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 190t 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continved. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Wood and manufactures of 
-Con. 
Shingles 


G. B 

U. S 


886,103 

16 

30 

7,274 

776 

2,703 

1,770 

375 

500 


1,184,279 

40 

15 

14,729 

669 

680 

905 

163 

82 


973,939 

99 

20 

18,287 

310 

1,665 

54 

29 

35 


654 

939,451 

150 

53 

31,811 

414 

814 

2,540 

55 

419 




1,109,296 

is 




Australasia .... . 




B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies... 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 


19,252 

699 

1,075 

483 




S. W. Indies 

O.C 

G. B 

US. . .. 


601 

85 




899,547 


1,201,562 


994,438 


976,361 


1,131,506 


Sleepers and railroad ties — 


5,368 
208,254 


7,851 
221,929 


5,006 
96,185 


4,776 
79,529 


1,899' 
220 007 




u.s 






213,622 


229,780 


101,191 


84,305 


221,906 


Stave bolts 


34,672 


38,634 


20,811 


12,372 


20,673 




G.B 

u. s 


Shooks, box and other 


63,099 
37,047 


38,540 
18,037 

"'85 

19,172 

820 

1,732 


85,921 

20,905 

5 

222 

8,235 

437 

2,202 


164,976 
36,077 

887 


121,713 

59,899 




Australasia 

B. Guiana . . 


24 

238 




B. W. Indies 

Dan. W. Indies... 

F.W. Indies 

Hawaii 

Hayti 

Mexico 

Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies 

Urusruav 


19,636 

1,058 

1,145 

166 


16,647 
289 

982 

200 


23,024 
1,699 












29,6S4 




2,490 
152 
839 


1,872 

363 

9 


2,103 
371 




1,330 

577 

406 

1,739 

1,050 


388 
1,110 

116 

11,454 

1,998 




o.T^i^.::.....:: 

G B.. 







154 




125.632 


80,636 


120,555 


225,160 


251,3.^7 


Timber, square :— 
Oak 


613,306 


538,926 


739,562 


554,472 

2,420 

700 


404,529 








0. C .. 

G. B 

U.S 


722 


1,362 


940 


1,079 




614,028 


540,288 


740,502 


557,592 


405,608 


Pine, white 


1,567,370 
432 

2,850 


1,350,204 
2,225 


1,758,386 
5^688 


1,338,009 
3,109 


1,251,543 

2,041 

873 






France 




Newfoundland 


240 








0. C 




. _ . _ . 


15,476 










1 






1,570,652 


1,352,669 


1,764,074 


1,356,654 


1,254,457 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 293 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Wood and manufactures of— 
Con. 
Timber, square, all other. . 


G. B 

u.s 


S 

657,118 
6,396 


474,388 

24,222 

879 


482,899 
14,121 


562,816 
2,712 


562,195 

34,371 

30 




B. W. Indies 




France 

Germany 


3,888 


7,412 




2,911 






1^484 

482 


60 




Ne\vfoundland . . . 
0. C 


160 
158 


1,625 
42 




1,944 




74 


469 




667,720 


501,156 


504,C06 


567,494 


601,980 


Total square timber 


2,852,400 


2,394,113 


3,009,082 


2,481,740 


2,262,045 




G. B 

U.S 


Wood foF wood pulp 


27,580 
600,285 


33,931 
677,221 


34,772 

876,690 

579 


28,099 

809,795 

4,192 


38,370 
864,077 




0. C 


325 




G. B 

U.S 

B. W. Indies .... 
China 










627,865 


711,152 


912,041 


842,086 


902,772 


Wood, .all other, N. E. S., 
unmanufactured 


43,685 

273,493 

1,138 

591 

2,382 

1,322 


50,831 

.316,315 

1,497 

3,985 

1,202 

6,791 

783 

12,946 

793 


43,480 

305,826 

2,985 

5li 

2,796 

" ■ 10,576 
436 


35,188 

279,639 

1,683 

16,601 

1,414 

48 

100 

12,472 

972 

18,559 

2,789 

185 

2,223 


56,175 
352,142 

1,807 




France 


1,219 




Japan 






Mexico 


8,751 
639 


10,202 




Newfoundland .... 
Peru 


2,090 
19,698 




St. Pierre 

S.W.Indies 

O. C . 

G. B. 

U.S 

Australasia 

B, Africa 


588 

32 

920 




1,242 

■ "■979 


1,662 

40 

349 


1,282 

370 

3,526 




333,541 


397,364 


368,661 


371,873 


448,511 


Total wood, unmanufactured. . 


27,214,802 


31,337,328 


26,945,413 


28,003,498 


29,815,834 


Wood manufactured :— 
Household furniture 


31,348 

31,785 

187 

3,039 


68,014 

30,151 

8,195 

8,099 


168,130 

18,714 

25,237 

8,111 

7 

1,983 

5,483 


271,883 
24,588 
23,545 

6,228 
368 


238,7.S0 

48,750 

57,496 

2,335 




B. E. Indies . . . 










■ ■i;i70 

20 


33 


t 


B. W. Indies 

Hayti 


3,775 


3,861 


4,093 








344 

19,085 
25 


47 

23,470 

29 


53 




Newfoundland . . . 

St. Pierre 

S W Indies 


8,449 
17 


11,070 

58 


26,523 
28 

747 




0. C 


7 


975 


1,198 


2,471 


3,835 




78,607 


127,752 


248,317 


356,490 


382,623 



294 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 190t 



No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Article- 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Aktioles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 




. 


% 


$ 


% 


$ 


S 


Wood and manufactures of 




. 










-Con. 














Wood manufactured— Con. 














Doors, sashes and blinds . . 


G. B 


168,673 


273,989 

1,288 


302,291 


360,592 


287,602 




U.S 


1,150 


198 


449 


261 




Australasia . . . 


913 


1,530 


9,235 


7,387 


1,754 




B. Africa 


18,833 


6,312 


11,385 


5,755 


9,030 




B. W. Indies 






178 


18 


40 




Newfoundland ... 


191 


829 


975 


1,733 


635 




0. C 


244 


1,213 


348 


2,272 


37 




190,004 


285,161 


324,610 


378,206 


299,359 


Matches and match-splints 


G. B 


178,648 


136,384 


187,748 


253,867 


78,969 




U.S 


8,808 


4,072 
1,220 


4,113 
741 


2,591 


20,814 
637 




B. W. Indies 


721 


709 




Hayti 

Newfoundland . . . 


389 


829 


12 








6,933 


8,408 


2,746 


303 


171 




St. Pierre 


488 


345 


387 


331 


375 




S. W. Indies 









180 


2,724 




0. C. 





18 


32 




271 










195,987 


151,276 


195,779 


257,981 


103,961 


Wood pulp 


G. B 


113,557 


164,138 


676,100 
534,807 


671,704 


562,178 




U.S 


557,085 


576,720 


578,329 


1,193,753 




Belgium 










19,603 




France 


5,i35 


80 


4 


20 


25,066 








1,000 


2 




5,313 




Japan 

Mexico 








21,027 


3,421 












6,005 




0. C 




21 


10 


3,296 


677 




675,777 


741,959 


1,210,923 


1,274,376 


1,816,016 


All other manufactures of 














wood, N.E.S 


G. B 


341,387 


276,888 


340,295 


470,021 


367,984 




U.S 


75,877 


102, .584 


64,120 


99,819 


154,531 




Australasia 


2,841 


215 


642 


6,405 


18,451 




Belgium , 


209 


1.36 




1,290 


275 




B. Africa 


375 


50 


1,856 


2,992 


,5,770 




B. E. Indies 

B. Guiana 


321 
917 












1,741 


4,828 


492 


528 




B. W. Indies 


6,906 


4,817 


3,723 


3,683 


5,355 












1,137 
3,857 
5,068 


395 






6,500 


728 


119 


825 




Germany : . . 


347 


3,762 


1,758 




Hawaii 

Hayti 


357 

277 


304 
182 










968 


. 





i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



295 



Articles Exported. 



Countries. 



Wood and manufactures of 
—Con. 
A.11 other manufactures of I 

wood, N.E.S.— Cow Newfoundland 

St. Pierre 

S. W. Indies 

iU. S. of Colombia. 
O.C 



Total manufactures of wood, 
N.E.S 



Recapitulation. 
Wood and manufactures of. 



1896. 



1897. 



1S98. 



12,769 
2,554 



218 
114 



451,622 



1899. 



1900. 



11,747 12,979 12,217 

2,536 3,041 1 532 

155 553 109 

372 350 470 

51 809 1,987 



402,8531 438,045! 610,079 



1,591,9975 1,709,001 



G. B 

U. S 

Argentine Rep .... 

Australasia 

Belgium. . . 

Brazil 

B. Africa 

B. E. Indies 

B. Guiana . . . . . 

B. W. Indies 

Chili.., 

China 

Denmark 

Dan. W. Indies . . . 

Egypt 

Fiji Islands. 

France 

F. W. Indies. .... 
Fr. Pos. in Africa.. 

Germany 

Gibral tar 

Hawaii 

Havti 

Holland 

Italy ' 

Japan 

Maderia 

Mexico 

Newfovindland . . 
Norway & Sweden. 

Peru 

Portugal 

Portuguese Poss. . 

St. Pierre 

Spain 

S. W. Indies 

S. Poss. in Africa . 

Uruguay 

U, S. Colombia.. . . 
O. C 



13,115,543i 

14,149,7171 

410,806 

114,286 

9,433 

52,153 

104,616 

3211 

6,614i 

125,916 

53, 787 1 

88,779: 



2,417,674! 2,877,132 



15,101,813 

16,107,295 

538,460 

202,192 

25,856; 

42.732! 

65,722! 

l,435i 

13,301 1 

151,972; 

56,493 

104,387 1 



17,812,001 
9,894,928 

231 '733 
29,871 
51,713 
50,792 
L',429 
12,123 

130,898 
12,989 
54,917 



2,327 



257 

150,030 

2,707 

8,675 

24,739 



176 

916 

13,813 



6,171 
21,130 

8,777 
57,276 

6,344 



17,966 

26,653 
35,212 
98,646 
18,559 
72,767 
1,657 



28,806,799 



9,762! 



1,790 



43.296 
13,691 
13,008] 
.52,6.51 

6,293 
35,310 

4,180 
29,761 
28,130 
48,733 
93,309 
34,117| 
27,8471 

2,274 

1,497! 




.33,251 
89,548 
97,063 
41,102 
16,451 
1,209 
523 



33,046,329; 29,363,087 



17,842,917 

10,574,447 

594,734 

270,032 

77,924 

49,375 

115,023 

30,021 

5,853 

208,949 

25,707 

92,701 

1,137 

2,284 

49 



20,310 
470 



900 
2,826 

580,378 



3,182,337 



16,820,742 

14,149,709 

437,561 

230,288 

95,786 

27,882 

40,667 

402 

5,285 

160,727 

50,755 

116,930 

395 

1,528 




36,819 
11,573, 

17,804! 
51,242i 
136 1 
44,314 
16,548 
15,028 
28,392 
57,096 
88,370 
35,596 
27,845 
2,852 
36,841 



37,606 

9,398 

21,946 

20,874 
48,268 
78,832 



30,880,630 



22,342 
56,092 



17,139 

66,436 

140,439 

42,208 

38,022 

2,319 

4,708 



32,998,171 



296 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

Ko. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 
Exported, &c. — Continued. 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


Wool and mfs. of — 

Wool unmaiiiifactured 


G. J5 .. 

U. S 

Newfoundland 

0. C 

G. B 

U. S 

Australasia. . . 
B. Africa 


11,865 

820,027 

367 

538 


44, .529 

1,399,123 

764 

29 


$ 

52 

200,747 

677 

5 


$ 

9,350 

3,618 

781 

852 


48,129 

371,378 

837 

432 




832,797 


1,444,445 


201,481 


14,601 


420,776 


Manufactures of wool, N.E.S 


15,590 

38,806 

1,606 


32,060 

10,801 

551 


7,975 

16,118 

1,676 


10,213 

9,209 

147 


27,679 
7,195 

8,275 




B. W. Indies 


1,646 

1,524 

2,034 

18,914 

796 


1,082 
1,245 
1,373 
28,036 
1,018 


69 

1,043 

1,634 

11,169 

1,972 


769 

304 

1,000 

15,090 

517 


980 
660 




Germany 

Newfoundland 

0. C 

G. B 

U. S 

Australasia. 

B Africa 


296 

14,315 

2,390 




80,916 


76,166 


41,656 


37,255 


61,790 


Recapitulation. 

Wool and manufactures. .... 


27,455 

858,833 

1,606 


76,589 

1,409,924 

551 


8,027 

216,865 

1,676 


19,563 

12,827 

147 

304 

999 

1,057 

15,871 

1,088 


75,808 
378,573 


■" 


8,275 




B. W. Indies 

France 


1,524 
1,646 

2,284 

19,281 

1,084 


1,245 
1,082 
1,402 

28,800 
1,018 


1,048 

69 

1,634 

11,846 

1,972 


980 
745 




Germany . . 

Newfoundland .... 
O.C 

G B 


648 

1.5,152 

2,390 




913,713 


1,520,611 


243,137 


51,856 


482,566 


Miscellaneous articles :— 
Settlers' eflFects 


58,363 

1,222,690 

350 

565 

2,600 

4,317 

747 

3,465 

1,042 

1,097 


68,004 

927,888 

i;675 

790 
1,807 
700 
700 
819 
830 
215 


87,964 
886,622 

770 

335 

430 

2,130 

3,306 

685 

95 

100 

2,000 

300 

326 

3,007 

3,554 

1,830 

993,454 


75,730 
963,625 

2J270 
1,600 

530 
1,700 

400 
1,250 

100 

400 


58,242 




U. S 

Argentine Rep . . . 

Australasia. 

Belgium 


1,090,123 

■ 3^259 
50 




B.W.Indies 

China 

France 


1,383 
1,077 
1,000 






770 






3,436 




Hong Kong 

Italy.. 


16 




T -^ 

J apan 




1,700 
4,266 


25 
2^036 


i;i77 




Mexico 

Newfoundland .... 
Switzerland 


6,581 






4,248 




O.C :. 


150 




2,278 


1,112 










1,301,917 




1,008,794 


1,051,944 


1,165,893 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

No. 16. — Statement (by Countries) of the Values of the Principal Articles 

Exported, &c. — Concluded. 



297 



Articles Exported. 


Countries. 


1896. 


1897. 


1898. 


1899. 


1900. 


■("Inin niiH linllinn 


G. B 

U.S 


8 

1,035 
4,698,189^ 


.s 


8 

39 
4,620,441 

2,658 


S 

4,874 
4,011,151 


8 
400 




3,492,550 


8,656,118 
650 




St. Pierre. . 










0. C 


85 

























4,699,309 


3,492,550 


4,623,138 


4,016,025 


8,657,168 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other Articles Entered for Con 
1896 to 1900 inclusive, showing in each case the portion taken from Great Bri 

Abbreviations.— G. B., Great Britain : 





1 


Value, 1896. 


Value, 1897. 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Ale, beer, porter and ginger ale 


G. B. 

U.S.. 

o.c. 


98,915 

43,G4S 

863 


s 




98,915 
43,648 

863 


89,472 

59,233 

1,013 


8 



89,472 






59,233 






1,013 








Totals 


143,426 





143,426 


149,718 




149,718 




G. B.. 

u. s. . 
o.c. 


Animals, living- 
Horned cattle 


5,G06 


2,930 

2,428 


2,930 
8,034 


" " 52,704 
5 


2,847 
3,370 


2,847 

56,074 

5 






i 






Totals 


5,606 


5,358 


10,964 


52,709 


6,217 


58,926 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 


Horses 


350 

82,598 


21,975 

138,863 

:^,000 


22,325 

221,461 

3,000 


■ ■ " 98,639 
10 


6,797 
106,788 


6,797 

205,427 

10 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 








Totals 


82,948 


163,838 


246,786 


98,649 


113,585 


212,234 


Sheep 




1,610 
1,340 


1,610 
r3,903 




5,069 
1,500 


5,069 
82,215 




72,563 


80,715 


Totals 


72,563 


2,950 


75,513 


80,715 


6,569 


87,284 




G. B.. 

u. s. . 
o.c. 


Other 


205 

21,662 

552 


1,542 

6,696 

69 


1,747 

28,358 

621 


311 

30,183 

328 


1,991 
6,645 


2,302 

36,828 

328 


Totals 


22,419 


8,307 


30,726 


30,822 


8,636 


39 458 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C 

G. B.. 
U.S. 




Recapitulation, aniiaals 


555 

182,429 

552 


28,057 

149,327 

3,069 


28,612 

331,756 

3,621 


311 

262,241 

343 

262,895 


16,704 
118,303 


17,015 

380,544 

343 


Grand totals 


183,536 


180,453 


363,989 


135,007 


397,902 


Articles for use of the army 
and navy 




468,921 

5,402 

224 


468,921 

5,402 

224 


"■ 


1,683,694 
5,466 
5,569 


1,683,694 
5,466 








o.c. 






5,569 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 








Totals 




474,547 


474,547] 


1,694,729 


1,694,729 


Articles for the use of the Do- 
minion of Canada 


.... . . 


184,412 

125,341 

5,014 


184,412 

125,341 

5,014 




89,609 

141,096 

4,106 


89,609 






141,096 
4,106 


Totals 




314,767 


314,767 


234,811 


234,811 




G. B.. 

u. s. . 
o.c. 






Asphaltum or asphalt 




152 
18,052 
15,671 


152 
18,052 
15,671 










' " 


7,808 
1,204 


7,808 
1,204 








Totals... 




33,875 


33,875 





9,012 


9,012 












i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMLNTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 



299 



sumption in Canada (both Dutiable anH Free) during the Fiscal Years ended June 30, 
tain, the United States and all Other Countries. (From Canadian Returns.) 
U. S., United States ; O. C.,- Other Countries. 



Value, 1898. 




Value, 1899. 




Value, 1900. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


S 

98,.390 
59,615 

481 


•S 



98,390 

59,615 

481 


100,289 

72,860 

269 


S 


100,289 

72,860 

269 


106,973 
95,751 

7o9 


$ 


106,973 

95,751 

739 










158.486 




158,486 


173,418 





173,418 


203,463 





203,463 


"" 35^130 


8,758 
15,991 




8,758 
51,127 


31,278 
10 


18,579 
23,125 

. . 


18,579 

54,403 

10 


500 
67,315 




54,358 
47,165 


54,858 
114,480 


35,136 


24,749 


59,885 


31,288 


41,704 


72,992 


67,815 


101,523 


169,338 


420 

293,059 

6 


6,725 

127,469 

100 


7,145 

420,528 

106 


^ 

413,664 


29,397 
101,065 


29,397 
514,129 


239 
336,792 


46,573 
116,657 


46,812 
453,449 




.... 








293,485 


134,294 


427,779 


413,064 


130,462 


543,526 


337,031 


163,230 


500,261 


16 

87,985 


3,880 
739 


3,896 
88,724 


■ " ■ ■ 86,701 


5,762 
1,290 


5,762 
87,991 


" " 99,590 


16,697 
2,415 


16,697 
102,005 


88,001 


4,619 


92,620 


86,701 


7,052 


93,753 


99,590 


19,112 


118,702 


341 

17,454 

1,389 


l)3b 
11,121 




1,274 

28,575 
1,389 


28 

52,866 

352 


4,182 
10,273 

75 


4,210 

63,139 

427 


38 

42,386 

164 


2,407 

8,161 

60 


2,445 

50,547 

224 


19,184 


12,0.54 


31,238 

21,073 

588,954 

1,495 

611,522 


53,246 

28 

583,909 

362 


14,530 


67,776 


42,588 


10,628 


53,216 


777 

433.634 

1,395 


20,296 

155,320 

100 


57,920 
135,753 

75 


57,948 

719,662 

437 


777 

546,083 

164 


120,035 

174,398 

60 


120,812 

720,481 

224 


435,806 


175,716 


584,299 


193,748 


778,047 


547,024 


294,493 


841,517 




625,653 

10,66(1 

393 


625,653 

] 0,666 

393 




382,625 

6.184 

285 


382,625 
6,184 

285 





550,282 

46,961 

•608 


550,282 
46,961 






608 




636,712 


636,712 




389,094 


389,094 




597,851 


597,851 










184,765 

155,643 

13,959 


184,765 

155,643 

13,959 




190,543 

656,768 

12,054 


190,f>43 

6.56,768 
12,054 


.:::/:: 


306,427 

376,296 

30,084 


306,427 
376,296 






30,0S4 




354,367 


354,367 




859,365 


859,365 




712,807 


712,807 








15 
24,^5 
30,214 


15 
24,935 
30,214 






485 

64,330 

3,933 

68,748 




485 




57,911 
37,889 


57,911 

37,889 


64,330 






3,933 










j .55,164 


55,164 




95,800 


95,800 


68,748 







300 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Articles 


Countries. 


Value, 1896 




Value, 1897. 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Baking powder 


G. B.. 
U.S.. 


86 

81,502 





86 
81,502 


S 

676 
79,181 


S 


676 
79,181 








Totals 


81,588 




81,588 


79,857 




79,857 




a. B.. 
u. s.. 
o.c. 




Bells, all kinds 


869 

19,821 

855 


7,750 

14,573 

6,733 


8,619 
34,394 

7,588 


334 

21,933 
698 


11,224 
6,864 
6,517 


11,558 

28,797 

7,215 


Totals 


21,545 


29,056 


50,601 


22,965 


24,605 


47 lyo 




G.B.. 

u. s.. 
o.c. 




Belts of all kinds 


9,718 

15,920 

2,405 




9,718 

15,920 

2,405 


12,099 

28,132 

1,342 




12,099 








28,132 
1,342 










Totals 


28,043 

3,144 

10,049 

369 




28,043 


41,573 




41,573 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 




Belts, surgical, or truss and sus- 




3,144 

10,049 

369 


3,800 

12,969 

455 




3,800 


pensory bandages of all kinJs 




12,969 








455 








Totals 


13,562 




13,562 


17,224 




17,224 










Billiard tables 


567 
3,764 




567 
3,764 


1,702 
4,448 


::::i.:.. 


1,702 
4,448 








Totals 


4,331 




4,331 


6,150 




6,150 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. C 

G. B.. 
U. S.. 
O.C. 




Blacking, shoe and shoemaker's 
ink. 


7,773 

22,847 

5,029 




7,773 

22,847 
5,029 


2,179 

20,658 

2,048 




2,179 
20,658 






2,048 


Totals 


35,649 




35,649 

16,151 
2,440 


24,885 




24,885 








Blueing, laundry, all kinds. . 


16,151 
2,440 




16,.308 
4,242 






16,308 








4,242 
























Totals 


18,591 




18,591 


20,5.50 




20,550 








Bone and manufactures of 


1,203 

14,639 

1,.S58 




1,203 
15,721 
11,358 


9,936 
5,219 
1,785 


3 

4,811 

19 


9,939 




1,082 
10,000 


10,030 
1,804 


Totals 


17,200 

219,012 

507,. 308 

76,670 


11,082 


28,282 


16,940 


4,833 


21,773 


Books, periodicals, &c., pamph- 
lets, &c. 


• 

133,273 

176,502 

40,098 


352,285 
683,810 
116,768 


205,706 

535,946 

72,511 


139,790 

203,803 

40,342 


345,496 
739,749 
112,853 


Totals 


802,990 


349,873 


1,152,863 


814,163 


383,935 


1,198,098 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 



301 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles Entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. 



■Continued. 



Value, 1898. 



Value, 1899. 



Value, 1900. 



Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


154 
101,801 


S 


154 

101,801 


$ 

498 
93,155 


% 


498 
93,155 


1,002 
103,999 


.s 


1,002 
103,999 






101,955 




101,955 


93,653 




93,653 


105,001 




105,001 










376 

16,300 

230 


5,313 

10,333 

128 


5,689 

26,633 

358 


2,044 

18,263 

395 


♦ 

2,982 

11,891 

4,292 


5,026 

30,154 

4,687 


540 

20,168 

198 


6,830 

24,582 

6,547 


7,370 

44,750 

6,745 


16,906 


15,774 


32,680 


20,702 


19,165 


39,867 


20,906 


37,959 


.58,865 


18,451 

38,964 

3,814 




18,451 

38,964 

3,814 


21,716 

28,378 

3,247 





21,716 

28,378 

3,247 


21,546 

22,776 

9,380 




21,546 


.... 



22,776 




9,380 






61,229 




61,229 


53,341 




53,341 


53,702 





53,702 






745 




745 

9,096 
705 


2,146 

11,995 

294 




2,146 

11,995 

294 


1,455 

14,885 
678 




1,455 
14,885 


9,096 
705 







;;■;;;■;■; 


678 


10,546 




10,546 


14,435 

234 
2,666 




14,435 


17,018 




17,018 








613 
4,350 




613 
4,350 





234 
2,666 


2,777 
4,357 




2,777 
4,357 








4,963 




4,963 


2,900 




2,900 


7,134 




7,134 








3,125 
15,747 




3,125 

15,747 

470 


4,416 

20,150 

2,991 





4,416 

20,150 

2,991 


2,033 

17,823 

1,903 





2.033 






17,823 


470 









1,903 










19,342 




19,342 


27,557 




27,557 


21,759 




21,759 








16,477 




16,477 

2,542 

157 


18,371 
2,540 




18,371 
2,540 


14,200 

2,214 

123 




14,200 


2,542 
157 




2,214 






123 






20,911 








19,176 




19,176 




20,911 


16,537 




16,537 










1,209 
6,033 
3,313 


222 

18,634 

7,200 


1,431 
24,667 
10,513 

36,611 


9,066 
11,774 

1,389 


■ " ■ 10,329 
459 


9,066 
22,103 

1,848 


22,006 

11,327 

3,756 


125 

15,298 

3,560 


22,131 

26,625 

7,316 


10,555 


26,056 


22,229 


10,788 


33,017 


37,089 


18,983 


.56,072 


185,008 

578,220 

51,757 


2.55,811 

242,759 

50,121 


440,819 
820,979 
101,878 


222.442 

695,134 

59,083 


157,818 

270,152 

42,492 


380,260 
965,286 
101,575 


203,167 

729,099 

64,122 


133,528 

365,920 

66,248 


336,695 

1,09.5,019 

130,370 


814,935 


548,691 


1,363,676 


976,659 


470,462 


1,447,121 


996,388 


565,696 


1,562,084 



302 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Articles. 


1 

6 


Value, 1896. 


Value, 1897. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Boot, shoe and stay laces of all 
kinds 


G. B.. 

U.S.. 

o.c. 


$ 

31,501 
6,097 
6,437 


$ 


31,501 
6,097 
6,437 


S 

38,838 

6,779 

10,842 


§ 


38,838 
6 779 








10,842 






Totals 


44,035 




44,035 


56,459 




56,459 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 

o.c. 




Braces and suspenders 


22,906 

44,702 

1,022 




22,906 

44,702 

1,022 


24,138 

36,048 

1,000 




24,138 

36,048 

1,000 
















Totals 


68,630 


68,630 


61,186 


! 'fillRfi 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 




' 


Breadstuff s :— 

Arrowroot and tapiv<ca 


26,304 
3,627 
1,452 




26,304 
3,627 
1,452 


22,378 
1,997 
2,360 




22,378 






1,997 
2,360 












Totals 


31,383 




31,383 


26,735 




26,735 










Biscuits, all kinds 


7,018 
33,428 

576 




7,018 

33,428 

576 


8,006 

33,467 

404 




8,006 






33,467 









404 








Totals 


41,022 




41,022 


41,877 




41,877 




tJ.S.. 

0. c. 





Corn, Indian (including ensil- 
age corn). 


1,089,366 


95,725 


1,185,091 


512,505 


718,374 

7 


1,230,879 


G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 












Totals 


1,089,366 


95,725 


1,185,091 


512,505 


718,381 


1,2.30,886 


Wheat 


2 

78,173 




78,17? 


20 
37,719 




20 






37,719 


























Totals 


78,175 




78,175 


37,739 




37,739 




G. B.. 

u. s. . 
O.c. 








Wheat flour 


11 

118,705 

23 




11 

118,705 

23 


114 

94,263 

2 




114 








94,263 






2 








Totals 


118,739 




118,739 


94,379 




, 94,379 




G. B.. 

U.S. 

O.C. 






Other 


47,089 
392,703 
209,178 




47,089 
396,266 
209,178 


72,487 
236,636 
153,462 


i',683 


72,487 




3,563 


238,319 
153,462 








Totals 


648,970 


3,563 


652,533 


462,585 


1,683 


464,268 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 


Recapitulation, breadstuffs 


80,424 

1,716,002 

211,229 


" ' 99,288 


80,424 

1,815,29€ 

211,221) 


103,005 
916,587 
156,228 


720^057 


103,005 

1,636,644 

156,235 


Grand totals 


2,007,655 


99,288 


2.106,943 


1,175,820 


720,064 




1,895,884 



i ST A TISTICA L A ND FIN A NCI A L S TA TEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles Entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



303 



Value, 1898. 


Value, 1899. 


j 

Value, 1900. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


1 
Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


44,687 
7,360 


§ 


44,687 

7,360 

16,843 


8 

! 40,957 
8,440 


S 


40,957 

8,440 

15,795 


45,378 

8,842 

11,120 


^ 


45,378 
8 842 


16,843 




15,795 






11,120 








68,890' 


68,890 


65,192 


1 65,192 


65,340 




65,340 


25,783 


25,783 

31,868 

2,560 


30,250 




30,250 

40,032 

2,691 


27,364 
34,619 




27,364 


31,868 
2,560 




40,032 
2,691 






34,619 




3,065 




3,065 








60,2111 


60,211 


72,973; 


72,973 


65,048 




65,048 








21,636; 


21,036 
7,732 
5,632 


21.525 

4,657 

13,777i 


21,525 

4,657 

13,777 


10,734 

8,218 

25,398 




16,734 


7,7321 




8,218 


5,632 






25,398 












35,000 




35,000 


39,959 




39,959 


50,350 




50,350 


6,678 




6,678 

32,471 

547 


9,476 




9,476 

27,862 
747 


7,612 

27,332 

666 




7,612 


32,471 


27,862 
747 







27,332 
606 


547 






( 






39,696 




39,696 


38,085 




38,085 


35,610 




35,610 








63,576 


6,963,908 
272 


7,057,484 
272 

7,057,756 


218,163 
218,163 


8,966,890 
35 


9,185,053 
35 


175,515 


6,961,970 


7,137,485 











63,576! 6,964,180 


8,966,925 


9,185,088 


175,515, 6,961,970 


7,137,485 


i 




: 


21,542 

5 


i 





42,402 




42,402 
2 


21,542 
5 




15,770| 


15,770 


2 















42,404 




42,404 


21,547' 


21,547 


15,770 




15,770 










47 




47 

148,166 

14 


161^ 

106,007: 

9 


161 

196,007 




36 

167,939 

20 




36 


148,166 






167,939 


14 





20 








148,227 




148,227 


196,177 - 


196,177j 


167,995 


167,995 


135,10o! 

471,557! 4,491 
221,3641 


135,100 
476,048 
221,364 


90,152' 

476,093 3,448 
352,311! 


j 

99,152 

480, 141 1 

352,311 


231,912 
50.5,898 
211,394 


4;i89 


231,912 
510,087 
211,394 








828,0211 4,491 


8.32,512 


928,156 3,448 


931,004 


949,204 


4,189 


953,393 


I 

163,461 

765,904 6,968,399 
227,559; 272 


16.3,461 

7.734,303 

227,831 


! 

130 31 ' 

944^)24 8,970,338 

366,849: 35 


1 

130,314 

9,915,262' 

366,884! 


256,294 

900,672 6,966,159 
237,478 


256,294 

7,866,831 

237,478 


1,156,924! 6,968,671 


8,125,595 


1,442,087 8,970,373 


10,412,460 


1,394,4441 6,966,159; 


8,360,603 



304 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Articles. 


1 

1 
i 

i 

a 


i 


Value, 1896. 




Value, 1897. 


Dutiable. 


Free. Total. 


1 

j Dutiable. 

i 


1 

Free. 


Total. 


Bricks, clays and tiles 


G. B.. 

U. S. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

iU. s. 
:0. c 

1 


23,647 

64,505 

224 


70,504 

96,81E 

88S 


\\ 94,151 

» 161, 32C 

1,107 


1 

14,632 

67,593 

1,067 


67,386! 82,018- 

73,223 140,816 

648 1,715 


Totals 


88,376 


168,202 256,578 


83,292 


141,2571 224,549 


Bristles 




25,412 
20,377 
11,75C 


i 

25,412 
1 20,377 

1 11,750 

1 




17,938 
25,179 
10,430 


17,938 
2.5,179 
10,430 










Totals 




57,539: 57,539 




53,547 


53, .547 




tG. B. 

■v. S. 
c. 

G. B. 

u. s. 
0. c. 






British gum, dtrxtrine, sizing 
cream and enamel sizing. 


2,534 

7,081 
7,503 




2,534 
7,081 
7,503 


3,867 

10,779 

4,157 


1 

1 


3,867 
10 779 





4,157 






Totals 


17,118 


i 17,118 


18,803 




18 ^03 








Bi'ooms and brushes 


11,405 
35,906 
46,048 


11,405 

1 35,906 

1 46,048 


i i 

1 12,297! 

40,071^ 

53,232j 


12,297 
40,071 
53,232 


Totals 


93,359 


93,359 


105,600 


105,600 




G. B. 

u. s. 
0. c. 

G. B. 
U. S. 
0. C. 


Broom corn 




23 i 2.S 




i 




109,946 


109,946 




81,373 


81,373 















Totals 




109,969 


109,969 




81,373 


81,373 


Buttons, all kinds 


47,247 
48,516 
80,894 


69 
3,731 
3,109 


47,316 
52,247 
84,003 


31,113 
45,268 
59,045 


4 

4,015 
1,987 


31,117 
49,283 
61,032 


Totals . 


176,657 


6,909 


183,566 


135,426 


6,006 


141,432 




G. B. 

U. S. 

0. c. 




Candles 


15,080 
30,442 

886 




15,080 
30,442 

886 


10,118 

48,675 
1,189 


i 


10,118 
48,675 






1,181> 


Totals . . 


46,408| 




46,408 


59,982 




59,982 




G. B. 
U. S. 
0. C. 




Carpets, squares, mats, rugs, 

N.E.S. 


1 
90,098 
58,109 

18,256! 

1 




90,098 
58,109 
18,256 


t 

92,820 

66,183 

7,599 


■ ■ ■ ■ 1 
1 


92,820 




66,183 
7,599 






Totals 


166,463 




166,463 


166,6021 i 

1 1 


166,602 




G. B. 
U. S. 
0. C. 




Carriages, all kinds i 


138,163 

1,224,352 

26,439 




138,163 

1,224,352 

26,439 

1,388,954 


1 

57,964 

1,507,373 

25,410 


I 


57,964 
1,507,373. 


1 




25,410 








Totals . 


1,388,954 




1,590,747 




1,590,747 











i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles Entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



305 





Vahie, 1898. 




Value, 1899. 


• 

1 


Value, 1900. 


Dutiable. Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. Total. 


! 
Dutiable. I Free. 


Total. 


12,371 

62,033 

183 


8 

81,934 

80,130 

3,904 


1 
Z \ $ 

94,.305 26,708 
142,163i 101,341 

4,087i 193 


103,964 1.30,672 
109,4.53! 210,794 

2,095; 2,288 


27,927 

117,690 

2<.7 


141,603' 169,530 

324,758 442,448 

883 1,180 


74,587 


165,968 


240,555 


i28,242 


215,512; 343,754 


145,914 


467,244 


613,158 




21,013 
26,319 
11,963 


21,013 
26,319 




25,009! 25,009 
35,032 35,032 


•79(rfi 






i .37!.^47 37'.347 




' 11,963 




14,099 14,0*)9 1 17402 17;i02 








59,295 


59,295 




74,140 


74,140 




84,105 84,105 










5 944 




5,944 

14,919 

4,511 


4,694 

25,262 

3,641 




4,694 

25,262 

3,641 


5,928 

30,742 

7,102 


5 928 


14,919 
4,511 






30,742 

7,102 


25,374 




25,374 


33,597 




33,597 43,772 


43,772 




19,273 




19,273 
49,618 
70,175 


15,533 
65,585 
78,944 




15,533i 16,023 
65,585! 83,443 
78,944 92,281 


16.023 


49,618 
70,175 








83,443 
92.281 










1 ' 


139,066 




139,066 


160,062 




160,062 191,747 


191,747 

















102 


1 i 
102 .J 8.974 8.974 




106,330 


106,330 




108,149 108.149 




125,360; 125,360 
501 50 
























... 


106,330 


106,330 




108,251 


108,251 




134,384^ 134,384 








28,478! 

50,3111 3,020 
50,425! 2,597 


28,478 
53,331 
53,022 


30,705 
71,931 
47,106 




30,705 
74,512 
48,246 


33,012 

86,548 
65,997 


1 ;33,013 


2,581 
1,140 


4,210; 90,758 
30, 66,027 


129,214 

8,952 

75,060 

803 


5,617 134,831 


149,742 


3,721 


li->3,463 


185,557 


4,241 189,798 


j 
8.952 


8,638 

71,472 

1,134 




8,638 

71,472 

1,134 


11,140 

51,355 

1,101 




11,140 
.51.3.fi5 


.* . 


75.060 
'803 




' 





1,101 


1 






84,815! i 84,815 


81.944 




81,244 


63,596 




63,59C 


,. . , -^ . - 


1 


78,181 
46, .526 
13,906 




78,181 
46,526 


121,936 




121,936 
36,317 
39,410 


190,104 
35 012 


! 


190,104 
.^^ 01 9. 









13,906 39,410 




57,072' 57,072 










138,613 




138,613 


197,663 




197,663 


282,1881 1 282,188 


13,815 




13,815 

1,240,783 

47,596 


17,378 

1,318,789 

31,558 




17,378 


8,147 

1,325,4071 

71,913 




8,147 

1,325,407 

71,913 


1,240,783 




1,318,789 
31,558 

1,367,725 


! 


47,596 












1,302,194 




1,302,194 


1,367,72.^. 





1,405,467 1,405,467 



10- 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Articles. 


1 


Value, 1896. 






Value, 1897 




Dutiable. 


1 
Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 




Total. 


Ca£.es, jewel, and watch cases. . 


G. B.. 

U S.. 

0. c. 


3,0281 


. 1 


3,028 
3,001 
1,302 


3,031 

2,462 
607 


% 1 


S 

3,031 

2,462 

607 


3,001j 
1,3021 


1 






j 




1 i 






Totals 


7,331 i 


1 


7,331 


6,100 




6,100 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 




Cement 


121,125' 


121,125 

25,997 

107,907 


111,551 

45,2l0 

104,081 




111,551 




25,997 1 
107,9071 






45,210 
104,081 










' 1 






Totals 


255,029' 


255,029 


6,.345 

85,788 
29,220 


260,842 




260,842 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 

o.c. 










Clocks and parts of 


6,345! 

85,788^ 
29,220 


5,283 
91,326 
19,957 


.'..'.'.'. 'a 


5,283 
91,326 
19,957 












Totals 


121,353 





121,353 


116,566 





116,566 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 




Coal, coke, &c 


102,528 
3,250,239 


12,515 
5,858,407 


115,043 
9,108,646 


98,900 

3,214,715 

211 


33,365 

5,923,800 

5,543 


132,265 

9,138,515 

5,754 




G. B.. 

u. s. . 
o.c. 

... . 

G. B.. 

U.S. 

O.C. 

1 


1 






Totals ,. .. 


3,352,767 1 5,870,922 


9,223,689 


3,313,826 


5,962,708 


9,276,534 


Cocoanuts, and cocoa paste . . . 


1 

49,040 12,793 
80,352 12,766 
29,457 20,338 


61,833 
93,118 
49,795 


49,585 

80,269 

1 39,051 


13,982 
20,015 

24,798 


63,567 

100,284 

63,849 


Totals 


158,849 45,897 


204,746 

144,477 

45,374 

493,934 


168,905 

' 4,468 
65,025 

2,904 

1 


58,795 
136,499 


227,700 


Coffee, chicory, &c. 


6,958 137,519 
45,374 


140,967 
65,025 




2,235 


491,699 


519,194 


522.098 


Totals , .... 


54,567 

41,763 

8,121 
1 1,006 


629,218 


683,785 


1 72,397 


655,693 


728,090 




IG. B.. 
U. S. . 
O.C. 




("^nllsi.rs n.nd nuffs' 


41,763 
8,121 
1,006 


i 

i 30,119 
7,656 
1,377 


« 


30,119 






7,656 






1,377 








Totals 


50,890 





50,890 


1 39,152 




.39,152 




j 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 

o.c. 






1 35,810 

1 23,403 

28,131 




35,81C 
23,40S 
28,131 


35,399 

i 16,695 

21,515 




35,399 






16,695 






21,515 


Totals 


87,344 




87,344 


73,60S 




73,609 




G. B. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 






Cordage, twine and manuf. of. 


25,626 

235,197 

1,617 




25,62( 

235,19? 

1,61/ 


)| 18,32^ 

258,12fc 

742 





18,324 





258,126 







743 

1 


Totals 


262,440 




262, 44( 


) 277,192 


277,193 




i 





i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles Entered for Consumption in Canada, ifec. — Continued. 



307 



Value, 1898. 


Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


1,087 
5,705 
1,768 


$ 


1,087 
5,705 


790 


$ 


790 
5,018 
2,304 


166 
6,262 
1,836 


$ 


466 




5,018 




6,262 
1,836 




1,768 


2,304 










8,560 




8,560 


8,112 




8,112 


8,564 




8,564 






' 


106,548 




106, .548 

59,855 

900^74 


129,738 

52,578 

298,098 





129,738 

52,578 
298,098 


247,089 

55,862 

214,689 




247,089 

55,862 

214,689 


59,855 
200,574 















i : ' 






366,977' 


366,977 


480,414 




480,414 


517,640 




517,640 








7,342 

130,727 

26,701 




7,342 

130,727 

26,701 


7,326 

156,374 

23,020 




7,326 

156,374 

23,020 


6,840 

174,885 

16.635 




6,840 

174,885 

16,635 















164,770 




164,770 


186,720 




186,720 198,360 




198,360 








I 
123,227 i 2,346 
3,101,018 6,192,379 
906' 


125,. 573 

9,293,397 

906 


72,031 

3,664,612 

20 


7,305 
6,846,030 


79,336 49,571 

10,510,642 4,359,742 

20 


1,127 
7,108,624 


50,698 
11,408,366 


.^225,151j 6,194,725 


9,419,876 3,736,663 


6,853,335 


10,589,998 4,409,313 


7,109,751 11,519,064 


58,587 i 16,501 
91,270[ 18,796 
45,864j 28,525 


75,088 

110,066 

74,389 


76,186 

122,414 

44,675 


15,356 
24, .345 
59,686 


91,54i 
146,759 
104,361 


96,498 

148,735 

58,976 


21,150 117,048 
33,202! 181,937 
63,409 122, .385 


195,721 63,822 


2.59,543 


243,275 


99,387 


342,662 


304,209 


117,761 421,970 

1 


5,111 82,556 

81,068' 


87,667 

81,068 

3H867 


5,591 82,607 

105,464 

1,969| 378,746 


88,198 
105,464 
380,715 


4,986 

120,177 

1,466 


68,215 


73,201 
120,177 
375,431 


4,550 


360,317 


.373,965 


90,729 


442,873 


533,602 


113,024 461,353 


574,377 


126,629 


442,180 


568,809 


42,022 




42,022 


44.870 




44,870 

11,400 

9,666 


36,028 
14,622 
15,411 




36,028 
14,622 
15,411 


9,294 




9,294 11.400 






6,826 




6,826 


9,666 







58,142 




58,142 


65,936 




65,936 


66,001 




66,061 








41,441 




41,441 

20,617 


51,323 
.^0 94^ 




1 

51,323; 54,424 
30,245! 37,484 
40,875; 61,223 




54 424 


20,617 




37,484 
61,223 


25,615 




25,615 40,875 






87,673 




87,673! 122,443 




122,443 153,131 




153,131 










21,971 

189,041 

1,449 


465 

385,880 
118 


j 

22,436 34,835 

574,921 ! 73,465 

1,567! 1,826 


575 35,410 

886,6041 960,069 

8 1,834 


32,186 

80,454 

1,893 


752 
898,396 


32,938 

978,850 

1,893 


212,461 


386,463 598,924 110,126 


887,187 


997,313 


114,533 


899,148 


1,013,681 



lU_i— 20^ 



No. r 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. \ 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
-Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Articles. 


i 

1 a 


Value, 1896. 


Value, 1897. 


j Dutiable. Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Cotton and manuf , of 


i 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. c. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 

. ■ . . 

G. B.. 

'U. s.. 
0. c. 


3,357,028 

1,067,012 

207,920 


191,433 

3,223,760 

7,700 


$ 

3,548,461 

! 4,290,772 

215,620 


: 2,693,114 

' 1,119,147 

239,100 


177,378 

3,361,379 

19,418 


2,870,492 

4,480,526 

258,518 


Totals 


4,631,960 


3,422,893 


8,054,853 


4,051,361 


3,558,175 


7,609,536 


Crapes, all kinds 


21,523 
447 

988 




21,523 
* 447 

988 


13,674 
1,514 
1,079 




13,674 
1,514 
1,079 











Totals 


22,958 




22,958 


16,267 




16,267 






Curtains 


190,592 
59,231 
35,694 




190,592 
59,231 
35,694 


169,192 
58,692 


' • 


169,192 
58,692 
36,822 






36,822 


Totals 


285,517 




285,517 


264,706 




264,706 




G. B.. 

u. s.. 
0. c. 




Drugs, dyes, chemicals and 
medicines 


242,785 
497,537 
352,551 


653,335 
928,198 
275,034 


896,120 
1,425,735 

627,585 

2,949,440 


228,350 
553,990 
343,380 


640,341 
875,048 
276,644 


868,691 

1,429,038 

620,024 


Totals 


1,092,873 


1,856,567 


1,125,720 


1,792,033 


2,917,753 




G. B. 

U. S.. 
0. C. 


Earthenware and china ware.. . . 


387,218 

5.5,838 

132,437 




387,218 

55,838 

132,437 


386,780 
62,662 


■ 


386,780 

62,662 

146,380 






146,380| 






Totals. . 


575,493 


575,493 


595,822 





595,822 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 

G. B.. 

U. S.. 
U. C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 


Electric apparatus. 


6,581 

294,806 

3.439 




6,581 

294,806 

3,439 


6,806 

449, .553 

2,340 





6,806 

449,553 

2,340 










Totals 


304,826 

1 


304,826 


458,699 


.... 


458,699 


Embroideries, N.O. P 


35,027 

2,539 

107,286 




35,027 

2,5.39 

107,286 


42,626 

4,641 

93,055 





42,626 

4,641 

93.055 












Totals 


144,852i 


144,852 


140,322 




140,322 


Emery and manuf. of 


1,202' 1,992 

10,682 14,835 

29! 


3,194 

25,517 

29 


979 

10,214 

38 


796 
15,522 


1,775 

25,736 

38 








Totals 


11,913 16,827 


28,740, 


11,231 


16,318 


27,549 


Fancy Goods :— 
B^ad ornaments 


19,177! 

2,140! 

17,355; i 


J 

19,1771 

2,140! 

17,355 


13,218 

1,140| 

1.5,129| 




13,218 

1,140 

15,129 


Totals 


38,6721 1 


38,072! 


29,487 




29,487 






1 


I 


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i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles Entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



303 



Value, 1898. 



Value, 1899. 



Dutiable. 



Free. 



Total. 



Dutiable. 



3,086,068 198,256 

1,332,533, 4,148,607 

292, 193 1 16,059 



3,284,324 3,906 676 

5,481.140 1,6^9,428 

308;252 395,084 



Free, 



Total. 



Value, 1900. 



Dutiable. I Free. 



197,090 

3,416,664 

16,981 



4,103,766i 4,474,687 

5,096,092i 1,509,312 

415,065: 522,570 



Total. 



378,113 4,852,800 

4,491,575 6,000,887 

19,514 542,084 



4,710,794 


4,362,922 


9,073,716 


5,^54,188 


3,630 J35 


9,614,923 


6,506,569 


4,889,202 


11,395,771 


15,820 

207 

3,220 




15,820 

207 

3,220 

19,247 


16,657 
1,072 
2.571 


... 


16,657 
1,072 
2,571 


19,,504 

340 

3,232 




19,504 






340 







3,232 








19,247 





2 J, .300 




20,300 


23,076 




23,076 










192,766 




192,766 
78,480 
42,323 


248,944 
88,986 
52,449 




248,944 
88,986 
52,449 


284,183 
92,024 

61,778 




284,183 


78,480 
42,323 





92,024 

61,778 










313,569 




313,569 


390,379| 


390,379 


437,985 




437,985 










300,548 
616,294 
381,985 


805,028 

1,074,644 

520,290 


1,105,576 

1,690,938 

902,275 


1 
1 

415,155! 599,974 

757,240 1,327,483 

356,337 421,737 


1,015,129 

2,084,723 

778,074 


551,908 
771,119 
260,030 


670,795 

1,373,414 

417,500 


1,222,703 

2,144,533 

677,530 


1,298,827 


2,399,962 


3,698,789 


1,528,732 2,349,194 


3,877,926 


1,583,057 


2,461,709 


4,044,766 


454,062 

77,059 

144,753 




454,062 

77,059 

144,753 


577,290 




577,290 
136,256 
203,181 


563,931 
188,495 
207,100 




563,931 


136,256 






188,495 




203,181 


::::•::::; 





207,100 







675,874 

8,274 

428,644 

5,104 




675,874 


916,727 


1 916,727 


959,526 


959,526 




.... . .. 


8,274 

428,644 

5,104 


12,475 

538,789 
2,690 

553,954 




12,475 

538,789 

2,690 


21,225 

847,653 
2,434 




21,225 

847,653 

2,434 


442,022 


442,022 





553,954 


871,312 




871,312 


20,308 

2,272 
16,389 




20,308 

2.272 

16;389 


18,566 

4,790 

23,202 


18,566 

4,790 

1 23,202 

1 


22,298 

8,444 

23,237 


'.'.'.'.".'.'.. 


22,29S 




8,444 





23,237 


38,969 




38,969 


46,558 




46,558 


53,979 




53,979 











442 

14,833 

203 


2,032 
15,629 


2,474 

30,462 

203 


399 

21,692 

252 


2,798 
18,656 


3,197 

40,348 

252 


410 

25,101 

104 


1,634 
17,678 


2,044 

42,779 

104 


1 








15,478 17,661 


33,139 


22,343 


21,454 


43,797 


25,615 


19,312 


44,927 


9,463 


9,463 

4,607 

17,237 


9,087 
3 396 




9,087 

3,396 

27,492 


8,813 

4,178 

25,372 




8,813 


4,607 
17,237 






■ . • - 


4,178 




27,492 


25,372 








31,307 - 


31,307 


39,975 




39,975 


38,363 




38,363 








, . . 





310 TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



A ■pTTrr wc 


i 

O 

O 


Value, 1896. 




Value, 1897 






Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Fancy Goods— Con. 
Braid s, bracelets, cords, fringes, 
tassels, &c. 


G.B.. 

U.S.. 
O.C. . 


161,753 
71,660 
69,099 


$ 


% 

161,753 
71,660 
69,099 


. $ 

156,-379 

85,280 
79,879 


$ 


156,379 

85,280 








79,879 


Totals 


302,512 

114,588 
25,076 
20,622 




302,512 


321,538 




321,538 




G.B.. 

U.S.. 
O.C.. 

G.B.. 

U.S.. 

o.c. 

G.B.. 

U.S.. 

o.c. 


Flowers, artificial 




114,588 
25,076 
20,622 


109,608 

51,795 

26,584; 


109,668 
51,795 






26,584 






Totals ' 


160,286 




160,286 


188,047 




188,047 


Feathers, ostrich and vulture, 
dressed and undressed . 


150,245 
20,240 
30,398 





150,245 
20,240 
30,398 


121,787 

23,848 
30,742 




121,787 
23,848 






30,742 


Totals 


200,883 





200,883 


176,377 




176,377 


Laces, lace collars, and similar 


436,535 
13,303 
72,551 





436,535 
13,303 
72,551 


447,380 
15,972 
74,615 




447,380 


goods, &c. 




15,972 
74,615 












Totals . . 


522,389 




522,389 


537,967 


537,967 




G.B.. 
U.S . 
O.C. 






Other 


■ 

27,138 

96,409 

109,122 





27,138 

96,409 

109,122 


i 

1 

24,750! 

84,774i 

117,76lii 

1 


24,750 

84,774 
117,766 










232,669 




232,669 


227,290 ... 


227,290 




G.B.. 

U.S.. 

o.c. 

G.B.. 

U.S.. 

o.c. 

G.B.. 
U.S. 

o.c. 

G.B.. 
U.S.. 

o.c. 




Recapitulation, fancy goods .... 


909,436 

228,828 
319,147 




909,436 
228,828 
319,147 


873,182 

262,809 

.344,715 


873,182 




262,809 






344,715 


Grand totals 


1,457,411 




1,457,411 


1,480,706 





1,480,706 


Fctilizers 


1,162 
42,194 


291 

26,776 

11 


1,453 

68,970 

11 


1,375 

52,747 


3,232 

31,859 

2,763 


4,607 




84,606 
2,763 




1 




Totals 


43,356 


27,078 


70,434 


54,122 


37,854 


91,976 


Fish and fish produce 


1 40,529 
i 300,997 
1 31,852 




40,529 
325,917 
487,910 


41,815 

286,220 

41,165 


""102,519 
264,398 


41,815 


24,920 
456,058 


388,739 
305,563 


Totals 


373,378 


480,978 


854,356 


369,200 


366,917 


736,117 


Fisheries, articles for, nets, 
seines, lines, &c 




263,298 

259,047 

2,796 


263,298 

259,047 

2,796 


:;:■;:::: 


334,399 

204,168 

2,059 


334,399 




204,168 




1 


2,059 








Totals 




525,141 


525,141 

1 




540,626 


540,626 






j 







i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles Entered for Consumption in Canada, (fee. — Continued. 



311 



Value, 1898. 


Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


Dutiable. Free. Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


173,438 


i 173.438 


147,156 
125,957 
112,075 


% 


147,156 
125,957 
112,075 


153,288 


■ $ 


153,288 
139,867 
109,988 


95,535 




95,5.35 
105,616 


139,867 
109 988 




105,616 














374,589 




374,589 


385,188 





385,188 


403,143; 


403,143 






117,794 




117,794 
66,373 
39,245 


87,171 
71,961 
33,496 




87,171 
71,961 
33,496 


73,083 
65 455 




73,083 
65,455 
33,966 


66,373 






39,245 




33,966 


223,412 




223,412 


192,628 




192,628 


172,504' 


172,504 






127,315 


1 
127.315 


155,904 
75,920 
51,945 




155,904 
75,920 
51,945 


156,557 

78 876 




156,557 

78 S7fi 


48,246 




48 246 




47,025 




47,025 


55,686 ;| 55;686 


222,586 




222,586 


283,7(59 




283,769 


291,119 




291,119 








■ 


544,113 


• • 


1 

544,113 464,226 

13,923 21,474 

133,067 i 133,431 




464,226 

21,474 

133,431 


505,583 

35,177 

153,120 




505,583 

35,177 

153,120 


13,923 




133,067 







691,103 




691,103 619,131 




619,131 


693,880 




693,880 










31,560 




31,560 

91,138 

116,934 


28,695 
102,895 
166,489 


i 28,695 

.. ...! 102.895 


30,691 
115,275 
144,575 




30,691 
115,275 
144,575 

290,541 


91,138 




116,934 






166,489 










239,632 




239,632 


298,079 




298, 07J 


290,541 









1,003,68c 




1,003 683 


892,239! 


892,239 
401,603 
524,928 


928,015 

438,828 
522,707 




928,015 


319,822 


319,822 


401.6031 





438,828 


459,124 




459,1241 524,928 






522,707 










1,782,629 




1,782,629, 1,818,770 




1,818,770 


1,889,550 




1,889,550 








740 

45,195 

503 


23,988 

25,930 

220 


24,728 

71,125 

723 


565 
59,037 


730 

45,827 

234 


1,295 

104,864 

234 


1 

5,820 8,485 
61,543 56,756 

\ 769 


14,305 

118,299 

769 


46,438 


50,138 


96,576 


59,602 


46,791 106,393 


67,363: 66,010 


133,373 


54,126 


102 

86,920 

334,465 


54,228 
363,411 
373,531 


74,564 

369,207 

52,415 


137 74 701 


55,618 




55,618 


276,491 
39,066 


1,313 

385,895 


370,520 
438,310 


483,412 
43,620 


1,133 
485,131 


484,545 
528,751 


369,683 


421,487 


791,170 


496,186 


387,345 


883,531 


582,650 


486,264 


1,068,914 


8,665 
3,613 


274,107 

206,528 

3,003 


282,772 

210,141 

3,003 


1 
9,089! 298,252 
5,2631 233,730 
1 4,046 


307,341 

238,993 

4,046 


10,730 
6,914 


305,719 316,449 

298,3101 305,224 

5,855! 5,855 








12,278 


483,638 


495,916| 14,352; 536,028 

1 i 


550,380 


17,644 


609,884 627,528 



312 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 





•I 

G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 


Dutiable. 


Value, 1896. 


Value, 1897. 




Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Fkx, hemp, jute and manu- 
factures of 


S 

1,410,846 
64,128 
48,602 


872,260 

345,291 

16 


2,283,106 

409,419 

48,618 


$ 

1,158,809 
55,149 
49,750 


$ 

831,632 

212,819 

5,382 


$ 

1,990,441 

267,968 

55,132 


Totals 


1,523,576 


1,217,567 


2,741,143 


1,263,708 


1,049,833 


2.313,541 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
O.C. 




Fruits- 
Fruits, dried, including nuts. 


94,414 
406,896 
448,016 


......... 




94,414 
406,896 
448,016 


46,878 
307,420 
479,342 





46,878 
307,420 
479,342 


Totals 


949,326 





949,326 


833,640 




833,040 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. c. 




Fruits, green and ripe 


189,018 
660,974 
172,955 




189.018 
1,191,604 

185,308 


135,873 
583,080 
171,882 


5 

465,006 

11,092 


136,878 




530,630 
12,353 


1,048,086 
182,974 


Totals ... ... 


1,022,947 


542,983 


1,565,930 


890,835 


476,103 


1,366,938 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 


Fruits, other, including pre- 
served fruits. ... . . 


35,729 

39,406 

5,809 


1,662 

159 

2,979 


37,391 
39,565 

8,788 


31,549 

30,685 

6,077 


726 
1,425 
1,409 


32,275 
32,110 

7,486 


Totals 


80,944 


4,800 


85,744 


68,311 


3,560 


71,871 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
O. C. 




Ri capitulation, fruits 


319,161 

1,107,276 

626,780 


1,662 

530,789 

15,332 


320,823 

1,638,065 

642,112 


214,300 

921, 18 '^ 
657,301 


731 

466,431 

12,501 


215,031 

1,387,616 

669,802 


Grand totals 


2,053,217 


547,783 


2,601,00€ 


1,792,786 


479,663 


2,272,449 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 


Furs, manufactures of 


283,247 

63,008 

231,700 


154,731 

298,328 
180,610 


437,978 
361,336 
412,310 


185,724 

38,516 

172,258 


112,706 
266,774 
125,593 


298,430 
305,290 
297,851 


Totals 


577,955 


633,669 


1,211,624 


396,498 


505,073 


901,571 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 




Glii.ss and manufactures of ... . 


214,964 
415,789 

473,728 




214,964 
415,789 

473,728 


187,888 
433,729 
518,147 




187,888 









483,729 
518,147 


Totals 


1,104,481 




1,104,481 


1,139,764 




1,139,764 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. C. 




Glue, glue stock and mucilage. 


8,808 
50,909 
31,837 




8,808 
51,050 
31,837 


5,844 
53,081 
39,102 




5,844 


141 


96 


53,177 
39,102 










Totals 


91,554 


141 


91 fi95 


98,027 


96 


98,123 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C 


' 




Gloves and mitts of all kinds . . 


267,812 

16,651 

347,220 


j 

i 267,812 

.... ' 16,651 

i 347,220 


228,427 

21,398 

266,553 




228,427 






21,398 
266,553 


Totals 


631,683 




631,683 


516,378 




516,378 














i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles Entered for Consumptiori in Canada, «fec. — Co7itinued. 



313 



Value, 1898. 



Dutiable. 



Free. 



Total. 



Value, 1899. 



Dutiable. 


Free. 


$ 


$ 



Total. 



Value, 1900. 



Dutiable. Free. 



Total. 



1,280,829 
55,321 
76,186 


916,003 

254,434 

23,002 


2,196,832 

309,755 

99,188 


1,610,210 
69,395 
74,959 


1,081,210 
450,330 

2,848 


2,691,420 
519,725 

77,807 


1,660,274 

63,348 

107,269 


1,269,254 

478,240 
15,688 


2,9r,9,528 
541,-588 
122,957 


1,412,336 


1,193,439 


2,605,775 


1,754,564 


1,534,388 


3,288,952 


1,830,891 


1,763,182 


3,594,073 


65,036 
497,472 




65,036 
497,472 
657,274 


52,171 
471,840 
727,305 




52,171 
471,840 
727,305 


57,629 
692,171 
807,540 




57,629 
692,171 


657,274 






807,540 








1,219,782 




1,219,782 


1,241,316 


■ "557; 499 
9,208 


1,241,316 


1,557,340 




1,557,340 








94,311 
762,027 
177,204 


24 
506,372 

4,847 


94,335 

1,268,399 

182,051 


117,147 
817,003 
234,:^31 


117,147 

1,374,502 

243,539 

1,735,188 


157,291 

927,381 

90,261 


578,oi7 
3,463 


157,291 

1,505,398 

93,724 


1,033,542 


511,243 


1,544,785 


1,168,481 


566,707 


1,174,933 


581,480 


1,756,413 


35,433 


336 


35,769 

36,495 

9,609 


49,754 
57,237 

8,925 




49,754 

57,237 

9,112 


64,933 
91,259 
10,077 


134 

... 


65,067 


36,495 


i87 


91,2.59 


8,827 


782 


10,077 


80,755 


1,118 


81,873 


115,916 


187 


116,103 


166,269 


134 


166,403 


194,780 

1,295,994 

843,305 


360 

506,372 
.5,629 


195,140 

1,802,366 

848,934 


219,072 

1,346,080 

960,561 


557,499 
9,395 


219,072 

1,903,579 

969,956 


279,853 
1,710,811 

907,878 


134 

578,017 
3,463 


279,987 

2,288,828 

911,341 


2,334,079 


512,361 


2,840,440 


2,525,713 

275,130 

99,357 

311,284 


566,894 


3,092,607 


2,898,542 


581,614 


3,480,156 


185,038 

56,951 

199,386 


123,324 

246,173 

80,517 


308,362 
303,124 
279,903 


250,457 
332,575 
294,217 


525,587 
431,932 
605,501 


260,739 
109,787 
388,699 


215,258 
745,779 
386,370 


475,997 
855,566 
775,069 


441,375 


450,014 


891,389 


685,771 


877,249 


1,563,020 


759,225 


1,347,407 


2,106,632 


228,643 




228,643 
363,523 
432,540 


289,049 
484,210 
569,799 




289,049 
484,210 
569,799 


367,115 
535,735 
755,844 




367,115 


363,.523 


;;;;••;;;■ 


535,735 


432,540 




755,844 








1,024,706 




1,024,706 


1,343,058: 


1,343,058 


1,658,694 




1,658,694 


14,122 




14,122 

78,953 
44,065 


17,682 
99,363 
59,319 


l',797 


17,682 

101,160 

59,319 


25,215 
96,322 

49,888 


■ ■"649 


25,215 


78,468 
44,065 




96,971 
49,888 


136,6.55 


485 


137,140 


176,364 


1,797 


178,161 


171,425 


649 


172,074 


193,395 




193,395 

27,399 

343,287 


220,458 

37,097 

466,185 




220,458 

37,097 

466,185 


208,118 

51,580 

443,311 


".'.'..".'.'.. 


208,118 


27,.S99 
343,287 







51,580 
443,311 


564,081 




564,081 


723,740 




723,740 

■ 


703,009 




703,009 













3U 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of ihe Principal and Other 





"S 


Value, 1896 




Value, 1897. 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Grasses, fibres and manuf. of. . 


G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. c. 


225 

22,737 

1,117 


S 

3, .590 

48,134 

131 


3,815 

70,871 

1,248 


1,168 

8,982 
1,271 


$ 

1,687 

46,936 

461 


$ 

2,855 

55,918 

1,732 


Totals 


24,079 


51,855 


75,934 


11,421 


49,084 


60,505 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. C. 

G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 


Grease, all kinds 


24 
21,561 


6,865 

318,163 

1,243 


6,889 

3:^9,724 

1,243 


1,069 
16,227 


2,493 

175,641 

554 


3,562 

191,868 

554 








Totals 


21,585 


326,271 


347,856 


17,296 


178,688 


195,984 


Gunpowder and other explo- 
sives 


25,415 

110,710 

693 




25,415 

110,710 

693 


19,444 

111,471 

647 





19,444 
111,471 






647 








Totals . . 


136,818 




136,818 


131,562 




131,562 




G. B.. 

u. s.. 
0. c. 


Guttapercha, 'India rubber, and 
manuf. of 


117,737 

211,316 

21,080 


20,127 

1,098,639 

2,546 


137,864 

1,309,955 

23,626 


90,274 
207,273 


16,531 
1 .16.3.0«4 


106,805 

1,370,357 

23,o03 




20,4281 2,875 


Totals 


350,133 


1,121,312 


1,471,445 


317,9751 1,182,490 


1,500,465 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 


Hair and manuf. of . . . 


15,416 

14,456 

3,085 


754 

36,198 

8,317 


16,170 
50,654 
11,402 


4,890 

11.797 

1,895 


6,848 

39,634 

1,622 


11,738 

51,431 

3,517 


Totals 


32,957 


45,i:69 


78,226 


18,582 


4^104 


66,686 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. C. 


Hats, caps and bonnets 


803,279 

402,890 

34,173 


47,922 

186,325 

7,835 


851,201 

589,215 

42,008 


694,342 

479,438 

17,624 


28,862 

98,602 

9,966 


723,204 

578,040 

27,590 


Totals 


1,240,342 


242,082 


1,482,424 


1,191,404 


137,430 


1,328,834 




U.S.. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 




Hay... . 


28,832 





28,832 


44,868 




44,868 








Hides, skins, hoofs, horns, tips 
and pelts 


102,152 

1,769,861 

92,238 


102,152 

1,769,861 

92,238 




148,202 

2,134,430 

144,398 


148,202 

2,134,430 

144,398 


Totals 




1,964,251 


1,964,251 




2,427,030 


2,427,030 




G. B.. 

u. s.. 
o.c. 






Hops 


14,412 
38,062 
26,093 




14,412 
38,062 
26,093 


13.871 




13,871 






46,222 
23,931 




46,222 
23,931 


Totals , 


78,567 




78,567 


84,024' 


84,024 










, , , 





i STA TISTIGA L A ND FIN A NCI A L ST A TEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles Entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



315 





\^alue, 1898 




Value, 1899. 




Value, 190( 


). 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


725 
9,958 
3,325 


30,103 

98,478 
530 


30,828 

108,436 

3,855 


393 

12,657 

5,356 


1,184 

76,917 

444 


$ 

1,577 

89,574 
5,800 

96,951 


297 

20,596 

7,670 


4,173 

74,257 
1,562 


4,470 

94,853 

9,232 


14,008 


129,111 


143,119 


18,406 


78,545 


28,563 


79,992 


108,555 


567 
22,476 


1,733 

152,055 

7,423 


2,300 

174,531 

7,423 


531 

18,228 


2,899 

172,894 

5,490 


3,430 

191,122 

5,490 


176 
24,161 


2,453 

269,209 

3,333 


2,629 

293,370 

3,333 






23,043 


161,211 


184,254 


18,759 


181,283 


200,042 


24,337 


274,995 


299,332 


21,977 




21,977 

118,051 

1,703 


40,465 

170,752 

1,751 




40,465 

170,752 

1,751 


48,459 

195,361 

4,509 




48,4:9 

195,361 

4,509 


118,051 




1,703 











141,731 




141,731 


212,968 





212,968 


248,329 




248,329 








127,034 

255,435 

20,762 


4,854 

1,718,886 

8,929 


131,888 

1,974,321 

29,691 


120,681 

355,951 

15,497 


9,614 

1,823,261 

18,080 


130,295 

2,179,212 

33,577 


116,840 

399,738 

19,493 


41,198 

2,251,375 

21,700 


158,038 

2,651,113 

41,193 


403,231 


1,732,669 


2,135,900 


492,129 


1,850,955 


2,343,084 


536,071 


2,314,273 


2,850,344 


8,473 

18,338 

2,604 


16,745 

26,366 

1,294 


25,218 

44,704 

3,898 


8,915 

14,393 

2,121 


17,990 

35,823 

1,758 


26,905 

50,216 

3,879 


8,209 

15,880 

1,613 


18,405 

39,415 

2,356 


26,614 

55,295 

3,969 


29,415 


44,405 


73,820 


25,429 


55,571 


81,000 


25,702 


60,176 


85,878 


730,706 

651,281 

20,534 


58,766 
86,741 
11,836 


789,472 

738,022 

32,370 


794,338 

702,687 

17,384 


46,271 
99,449 
20,631 


840,609 

802,136 

38,015 


878,891 

736,106 

22,425 


69,982 

108,442 

23,241 


948,873 

844,548 

45,666 


1,402,521 


157,343 


1,559,864 


1,514,409 


, 166,351 


1,680,760 


1,637,422 


201,665 


1 839,087 


66,422 


... 


66,422 


57,988 




57,988 


88,212 




88,212 











508,805 

2,242,987 

849,590 


508,805 

2,242,987 

849,590 




880,327 
1,947,188 
1,050,476 

3,877,991 


880,327 
1,947,188 
1,050,476 

3,877,991 


t 


1,008,698 
2,128,488 
1,082,213 


1,008,698 
2,128,488 
1,082,213 










3,601,382 


3,601,382 




4,219,399 


4,219,399 








2.5,657 
46,136 




25,657 
46,136 

28,185 


21,843 
101,133 

11,280 




21,843 

101,133 

11,280 


17,702 

113.924 

12,019 




17,702 
113,924 


28,185 






12,019 


99,978 




99,978 


134,256 




134,256 


143,645 




143,645 









316 



No. 1 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
— Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Articles. 


i 

i 

'is 

1 


Dutiable. 


^alue, 1896. 


■ 




Value, 1897 




Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 

i 


Total. 


Ink, writing and printing 


G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B. 

u. s. . 

O.C. 


1 

19,641 

55,881 

3,629 


% 


19,641 

55,881 

3.629 


18,727 

63,259 

3,538 


S 


18,727 




63,259 







3,538 






Totals , . ... 


79,151 




79,151 


85,524 


85,524 


Ivory and manufactures of ... . 


19 

47 

1,342 


7,580 

17,477 

4,178 


7,599 

17,524 

5,520 


167 
59 
81 


16,659 
1,142 

8,584 


16,826 
1,201 
8,665 


Totals 


1,^08 


29,235 


30,643 


307 


26,385 


26,692 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 




Jewellery of gold and silver and 


38,628 

231,265 

25,248 





38,628 

231,265 

25,248 


35,661 

228,450 

27,735 




35,661 

228,450 






27,735 








Totals 


295,141 




295,141 


291,846 




291,846 




G. B. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 








Junk, old and oakum 




19,475 

12,580 

1,061 


19,475 

12,580 

1,061 




14,203 

14,149 

1,918 


14,203 







14,149 
1,918 








Totals 




33,116 


33,116 




30,270 


30,270 




G. B. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 






Leather and manuf'rs of : — 
Boots and shoes ... 


15,573 

296,841 

37,640 




15,573 

296,841 

37,640 


12,553 

271,957 

35,366 




12,553 
271,957 









35,366 


Totals. 


350,051 


j 350,054 


319,876 




319,876 




G. B. 

U.S.. 
O.C. 






Calf, kid, lamb and sheep 
skins, dressed and undressed 


17,842 

326,630 

18,844 




17,842 

326,630 

18,844 


12,244 

336,752 

19,517 





12,244 





336,752 
19,517 









Totals 


383,316' 


363,316 


368,513 




368,513 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 




Leather belting, all kinds 


41,920 
28,333 




41,920 
28,333 


39,800 
32,575 




39,800 
32,575 








Totals. 


70,253 




70,253 


72,375 




72,375 




G. B. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

1 






Sole leather 


1,644 

72,315 

31 




1,644 

72,315 

31 


1,923 
117,145 




1,923 









117,145 












Totals 


73,990 




73,990 


119,068 




119,068 




G. B. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 






Other 


1 

36,588 

• 313,312 

44,631 




36,588 

313,312 

44,631 


34,720 
435,301 

27,68b 




34,726 
435,301 








27,686 






1 




Totals 


394,531 




394,531 


497,713 




497,713 








1 





i STATISTICAL AND FIXANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles Entered for Cuiisuinption in Canada, etc. — Continued. 



317 



Value, 1898. 



Value, 1899. 



Value, 1900. 



! 
Dutiable, i 


Free. 


Total. 


1 
Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


12,923 

72 822 


$ 


■ • 

12,9231 21.265' 


^ 


21,265 


1»10.ol 


$ 


19,195 

87,862 

2,096 




72,822 
3,110 


79,769 
3,489 




79,769' 87,862 
3,489| 2,096 




3,115 









88,860 


. 1 


88,860 104,523 




104,523: 109,153 




109,153 












19,011 19.011 


36 
49 
66 


16,359 

15,910 

5,025 


16,395 

15,959 

5,091 


27 

39 

113 


21,735 

22,497 
2,719 


21,762 


52 
4 


5,895 
9,009 


5,9471 
9,013 


22,536 

2,832 


56 


33,915 


33,971 

34,477 
279,314 

27,658 


151 


37,294 


37,445 


179 


46,951 


47,130 


34,477 
279,314 

27,658 




39,338 

393,427 

38,756 




39,338 

393,427 

38,756 


47,699 

464,249 

66,837 




47,699 

464,249 

66,837 




'.'.'...".'.'.. 









341,449 




341,449 


471.521 




471,521 


578,785 




578,785 












23,799! 23,799 


20,364 

16,951 

1,273 


20,364 

16,951 

1,273 




32,670 

21,372 

990 


32,67a 




21,432 21-432 







21,372 




1,822 


1.822 




990 










47,053 


47,053 




38,588 


38,588 




55,0.32 


55,032 






9,628 

529,281 

3,271 


15.902 

354,268 

4,709 




15,902 

354,268 

4,709 


20,237 

. 430,161 

3,233 




20.237 

430,161 

3,233 




9,628 

529,281 

3,271 


374,879j . . 


374,879 


453,631 




453,63l! 542,180 


542,180 










17,939 
341,378 




17,939 

341,378 

26,330 


36,281 

254,658 




36,2811 21,331 

254,6581 233,629 

24,399 19,547 


..'...'.'.' 


21,331 
233,629 


26,330 





24,399 


19,547 






385,647! 


385,647 


315,338| 


315,338 274,507 




274,507 










57,175 
40 637 




57,175 
40,637 


58,520 

28,516 

97 




58,520' 96,383 
28,516! 39,990 




96,383 
39,990 






97! 18 


18 










97,812 




97,812 


87, 133 




87,133 136,391 


136.391 







' ^ou,oi;x,. 1 


4,969 
222,642 




4,969 
222,042 


16,613 

132,223 


1 

16,613 34,034 
132. 2-^3 i 1.S9.780 


34,034 

1 139,780 






106.. ! 106 

! I 


12 


1 12 






i 


1 


227,611 


, 


1 227,611 


148,942 




148,942 


173,826 




173,826 











50,509 


... ... . 


50,509 

488,471 
i 33,348 


69,143 

585,591 

35,333 


! 

1 69,143 

58.5,591 

35,333 


61,188 
667,410 

1 23,831 




61,188 


488,471 






667,410 


33,348 




23,831 


572,328 




572, 32^ 


690,06: 




690,067 


752,429 




752,429 













318 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Articles. 


w 

1 


Value, 1896. 


Value, 1897. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Recapitulation, Leather and 
manufactures of. 


G. B.. 
U. S. 
0. C. 


113,567 

1,037,431 

101,146 


iB 


113,567 


101,246 

1,193,730 

82,569 


s 


101,246 
1,193,730 

82,569 




1,037,431 
101.146 




1 






1,252,144 


i 1,252,144 


1,377,545 




1,377,545 




G. B.. 

u. s. 
o.c. 

G. B.. 

u. s. 
o.c. 

G. B.. 

u. s. 
0. c. 






10,775 

5,874 
598 


1 

1 • 
! 10.775 


23,110 
4,724 
1,083 




23,110 






5,874 
598 




4,724 
1,083 












Totals 


17,247 




17,247 


28,917 




28,917 






Marble and manufactures of. . . 


4,742 
68,266 
14,100 


638 

2,064 

255 


5,380 
Z0,3g0 
14,35 


13,394 

55,667 

6,247 


10 

1,832 


13,404 

57,499 

6,247 


Totals 


87,108 


2,957 


90,065 

82,298 

424,255 

36,448 


75,308 


1,842 


77,150 


Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of— 
Brass and manuf 'rs of . . 


41,388 

264,147 

28,393 


40,910 

160,108 

8,055 


35,125 

267,492 

23,175 


21,030 

173,337 

5,327 


56,155 

440,829 

28,502 


Totals 


333,928 


209,073 


543,001 


.325,792 


199,694 


525,486 




G. B.. 

u. s. 
o.c. 

G. B.. 

u. s. 
o.c. 


Copper and manuf'rs of 


8,238 

69.227 

i;i04 


71,244 

143,995 

1,009 


79,482 

213,222 

2,113 

294,817 


5,473 

53,426 

1,308 


60,313 

149,480 

262 


65,786 

202,906 

1,570 


Totals 


78,569 


216,248 


60,207 


210,055 


270,262 


"Grold and silver and manu- 


67,892 

222,042 

50,307 




67,892 

222,042 

50,307 


50,365 

202,558 

43,220 




50,365 

202,558 

43,220 


factures of 










Totals 


340,241 




340,241 


296,143 




296,143 




G. B.. 
U. S. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 

u. s. 
o.c. 








Iron and steel and m'frs of— 
Agricultural implements . . 


5,858 

464,067 

78 




5,858 

464,067 

78 


6,106 

598,902 

13 




6,106 






598,902 






13 










Totals 


470,003 




470,003 


605,021 




605,021 








Machines and machinery, 
including locomotives . . . 


165,977 

1,419,703 

16,234 


2,945; 168,922 

189,2101 1,608,913 

943 17,177 


193,750 

1,620,770 

36,850 


9,226 

114,239 

5,315 


202,976 

1,735,009 

42,165 


Totals 


1,601,914 


193, 098 i 1.795.012 


1,851,370 


128,780 


• 1,980,150 




G. B.. 

u. s. 
o.c. 




' 




Other iron and steel and 
manufactures of 


2,183,152 

3,886,650 
166,040 


746,484 
461,629 
106,113 


2,929,636 

4,348,279 

572,153 


1,649,081 

4,360,357 

315,634 


818,734 

992,278 

27,628 


2,467,815 

5,352,635 

343,262 


Totals 


6,535,842 


1,314,226' 7.850.068 


6,325,072 


1,838,640 


8,163,712 














i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 319 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles Entered for Cousumption in Canada, (fee. — Continued. 



Value, 1898. 


Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


! 

Dutiable. Free. Total. Dutiable.^ Free, j 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


1 j 

S 8 ; S 1 S 

146,494! 146,4941 200,794 

1 447 396 1 447. 396 1 1 . 431 . 1 4 9 


1 


200,794 
1,431,149 


222,564 
1 fiin OQo 


$ 


222,564 

1,610,090 

46,679 


64,387 




64,387 


63,168 
1,695,111 




63,168 46^679 










1,658,277 




1,658,277 




1,695,111 1,879,333 


1,879,333 


15,213 





15,213 
2,577 
3,154 


36,933 
3,463 

485 




36,933 23,239 

3,463 5,505 

485 425 




23,239 


2,577 
3,154 




5,505 




425 


20,944 




20,944 


40,881 


40,881 29,169 




29,169 










12,005 




12,005 
70,872 
13,017 

95,894 


3,312 
86,026 
12,541 




3,312 
86,026 
12,541 


3,869 
79,471 
10,677 




3,869 
79,471 
10,677 


70,872 







13,017 






95,894 





101,879 


101,879 


94,017! 


94,017 


35,550 

291,184 

19,953 


27,005 

240,177 
8,790 


62,555 

531,361 

2.s,743 


44,122 

364,815 

18,319 


57,016 

331,672 

10,242 


101,138 

696,487 

28,561 


i 

47,099' 72,845 

404,353 378,703 

19,430 13,465 


119,944 

783,056 

32,895 


346,687 


275,972 


622,659 


427,256 


398,930 


826,186 


470,882; 465,013 


935,895 


5,518 

83,1.31 

641 


45,267 

733,552 

251 


50,785 

816,683 

892 


4,017 

78,336 

1,4.84 


67,210 

644,210 

3,129 


71,227 

722,546 

4,613 


i 

5,482: 74,891 

221,513; 959,241 

2,566 7,966 


80,373 

1,180,754 

10,532 


89,290 


779,070 


868,360 


83,837 


714,549 


798,386 


229,561 


1,042,098 


1,271,659 


44,517 


1 44.517 


51,623 

233,026 

57,671 




51,623 

233,026 

57,671 


54,854 

234.661 

49,630 




54,854 


206,194 




206,194 
46,531 




234,661 
49,630 


46,531 












' 1 


297,242 


297,242 


342,320 




342,320 


339,145 




339,145 








9,151 


1 9.151 


16,451 
1,696,357 




16,451 
1,696,357 


24,789 

1,905,846 

854 




24,789 


1,062,279 

84 




1,062,279 
84 






1,905,846 
854 









I t 












1,071,514 ...., .... 


1,071,514 1,712,808 




1,712,808 


1,931,489 




1,931,489 






181,338 

2,682,871 

9,770 


22,063 

196,741 

.3,337 


203,401 4.53,728 

2,879,612 2,944,914 

13,107 15,307 


16,308 

306,396 

11 


470,036 

3,251,310 

15,318 


676,203 

4,112,847 

31,854 


43,720; 719,923 

708,608' 4,821,455 

217 32,071 


2,873,979 


222,141 3,096,120 


3,413,949 


322,715 


3,736,664 


4,820,904 


752,545 5,573,449 


1,734,274 

6,908,223 

313,484 


306,589 

3,345,504 

40,147 


2,040,863 

10,253,727 

353,631 


1,865,642 

8,531,904 

354,401 


3169,285 

3,528,898 

59,378 


2,234,927 

12.06 >,802 

413,779 


3,603,877 

11,644,632 

473,867 


1,382,922 

4,831,999 

116,181 


4,li86,799 

16,476,131 

590,048 


8,955,981 


3,692,240 


12,648,221 


10,751,947 


3,957,561 


14,709,508 


15,722,376 


6,331,102 


22,053,478 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



No. r 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
-Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Articles. 


1 


Value, 1896. 




Value, 189 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Metal?, minerals, &c. — Con. 
Lead and manuf. of 


G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. c. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. 0. 


125,669 

105,404 

8,036 


11,583 

114 

3,554 


137,252 

105,518 

11,590 


76,584 

142,839 

13,702 


19,635 

217 

2,375 


96,219 

143.056 

16,077 


Totals 


239,109 


15,251 


254,360 


233,125 


22,227 


255,352 


Tin and manuf. of 


4,316 

58,682 
2,612 


928,749 

200,173 

43,152 


933,065 

258,855 

45,761 


6,193 

66,951 

4,042 


881,438 

256,358 

59,126 


887,631 

323,309 

63,168 


Totals . 


65,610 


1,172,074! 1,237,68- 


77,186 


1,196,922 


1,274,108 






G. B.. 
U. S. . 
0. C. 


Zinc and manuf. of 


876 
4,640 

774 


48,240 

9,649 

63,443 


49,110 

14,2.-1) 
64,217 


887 

4,071 

187 


31,592 

26,729 
33,256 


32,479 
30,800 
33,443 


Totals 


6,290 


121,332 


127.622 


5,145 


91,577 


96,722 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 




Miscellaneous metals and 
minerals and manuf. of. 


73,557 

295,985 

24,492 


432,244 
633,114 

86,184 


505,801 
929,099 
110,670 


78,966 

270,730 

24,187 


106,968 

754,873 

71,684 


185,934 

1,025,603 

95,871 


Totals 


394,034 


1,151,542 


1,545,576 


373, 88S 

2,102,530 

7,588,096 
462,318 


933,525 


1,307,408 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

u. s. . 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0.0. 

G. B. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 

G. B.. 

U. s. . 
0. c. 




Recapitulation, metals, minerals 
and manuf. of. 


2,676,923 

6,790,547 

598,070 


2,282,399 

1,797,992 

312,453 


4,959,322 

8,588,-539 

910,523 


1,948,936 

2,467,511 

204,973 


4,051,466 

10,055,607 

667,291 


Grand totals 


10,065,540 


4,392,844 


14,458,384 


10,152,944 


4,621,420 


14,774,304 


Musical instruments 


19,854 

208,504 

72,162 





19,854 

208,504 

72,162 


6,889 

181,313 

73,092 





6,889 
181,313 






73,092 


Totals 


300,520 




300,520 


261,294 


I 261,294 


OUs :— 

Mineral oils. ... , 


2,157 
626,224 

2 


2G3 


2,157 
626,487 


1,744 

613,188 


336 
61 


2,080 
613,249 




i 








Totals 


628,383 


2()3 628,640 


614,932 


397 


615,329 




1,920 
5,563 
6,075 




1,926 

5,563 

68,322 


162 

10,271 

6,240 


' 


162 






" " 97J268 


10,271 
103,508 




62,247 


Totals 


13,564 


62,247| 75,811 


16,673 


97,268 


113,941 


Vegetable and animal oils — 


357,923 

408,549 

38,113 


13,608 

93,^94 

3,0()5 


871,531 

502,443 

41,178 


303,121 

345,612 

43,322 


12,809 

51,316 

5,824 


315,930 

390,928 

49,146 


Totals 


804,535 


110,567 


915,152 


692,055 


69,949 


762,004 



i STA TISTICA L A ND FINANCIAL ST A TEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles Entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Cojitinued. 



321 



1 
• 1 
Value, 1898. Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


Dutiable. \ Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


% 

134,964 

184,826 

15,488 


33,379 
704 

2,638 


168,343! 217,848 

185,530 136,299 

18,126' 14,303 


54,599 

321 

4,354 


272,447 

136,620 

18,657 


184,708 

115,237 

22,501 


54,578 

57^ 

3,90!« 


239,286 
115,811 
26,409 


335,278 36,721 


371,999 368,450 

I 


59,274 


427,724 


322,446 


59,06t 


381,506 


8,585 

69,139 

3,214 

80,938 


1,237,349 

191,6.30 

40,934 


1,245,934 

260,769 

44,148 


10,400 

79,981 

5,120 


994,197 

247,711 

35,404 


1,004,597 

327,692 

40,524 


8,750 

88,775 

4,217 


1,804,208 
387,42-J 
125,08! 


1,812,958 
476.199 
129;298 


1,409,913 


1,550,851 


95,501 


1,277,312 


1,372,813 


101,742 


2,316,7K 


2,418,455 


147 48,900 

5,845 26,891 

971! 54,095 


49,047 
32,736 
55,066 


896 

8,101 

627 


47,931 
33,424 
60,846 


48,827 
41,525 
61,473 


800 

8,032 

773 


45,744 
57,189 
84,520 


46,.544 
65,221 
85,293 


6,963 129,886 


136,849 


9,624 


142,201 


151,825 


9,605 


187,45; 


197,058 


76,5231 87,892 

512,829; 269,054 

36,200 29,751 


164,415 

782,483 
65,951 


83,460 

629,781 

49,992 


78,847 

223,838 

48,276 


162,307 
853,619 
• 98,268 


98,908 

707,527 

57,175 


91,400 

440,707 

58,121 


190,368 

1,148,234 

115,296 


625,552 


387,297 


1,012,849 


763,233 


350,961 


1,114,194 


863,610 


590,288 


1,453,898 


2,230,567 

12,006,521 

446,336 


1,808,444 

5,004,853 

179,943 


4,039,011 
17,011,374 

626,279 


2,748,187 

14,70.'^,514 

517,224 


1,685,393 

5.316,470 

221,640 


4,433,580 

20,019,984 

738,864 


4,705,470 

19,443,423 

662,867 


3,570,368 

7,764,445 

409,459 


8,275,838 

27,207,868 

1,072,326 


14,683,424 


6,993,240 


21,676,664 


17,968,925 


7,223,503 


25,192,428 


24,811,760 


11,744,272 


36,556,032 


7 071 




7,071 

235,816 

60,442 


11,201 

261,761 

92,334 





11,201 

261,761 

92,334 


7,284 

300,f)88 

82,435 




7,284 

300,688 

82,435 


235,816 
60,442 














303,329 




303,329 

2,222 
621,927 


365,296 




365,296 


390,407 




390,407 


1,501 
621,863 


721 
64 


1,351 

681,092 

4 


242 

726 




1,593 

681,818 

4 


527 
739,039 


1,081 

588 


1,608 
739,627 
















623,364 785 


624,149 682,447 


%8 


683,415 


739,566 


1,669 


741,235 


1,274 
7,647 
9,233 




1,274 1,284 
7,647! 6.972 




1,284 

6,988 
43,467 

51,739 


1,255 




1,255 


■ ■ 


16 
37,099 


8,748 
11,871 





8,748 


55,954 


65,187 


6,368 


38,361 


50,232 


18,154 55,954 


74,108 


14,624 


37,115 


21,874 38,361 


60,235 


222,604 

397,280 

54,921 


13,151 

54,429 

1,553 


235,755 

451,709 

56,474 

743,938 


380,430 

371,350 

5.3,845 


9,648 

54,419 

1,250 


396,078 

425,769 

55,095 


518,465 

439,261 

43,955 


8,194 

82.011 

2,14{) 


526,659 

521,272 

46,104 


674,805 


69,133 


811,025 


65,317 


876,942 1,001,681 


92,354 


1,094,035 



10— i— 21 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Articles. 


i 

1 


Value, 1896. 


• 
Value, 1897. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Oils— Con. 
Becapitulation, oils 


G.B.. 
U.S... 
O.C.. 

G.B... 
U. S. . 
O.C.. 


362,006 

1,040,336 

44,453 


13,608 
93,894 
65,312 


375,614 

1,134.230 

109,765 


305,027 

969,071 

49,562 


13,145 

51,377 

103,092 


$ 

318,172 

1,020,448 

152,654 


Grand totals ... . 


1,446,795 


172,814 


1,619,609 


1,323,660 


167,614 


1,491,274 


Oil cloth 


153,437 

32,161 

1,731 





153,437 

32,161 

1,731 


127,179 

27,815 

1,019 




127,179 






27,815 
1,019 












Totals . . . . 


187,329 

13,782 
97,972 
21,663 





187,329 


156,013 




156,013 




G.B... 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G.B... 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G.B... 

U.S.. 
O.C.. 






Optical, philoso))hical and ma- 
thematical insti-uments 


4,616 
9,S43 

4,618 


18,.398 

107,815 

26,281 


14,571 

101,758 

19,3.54 


3,530 

10,823 
4,573 


18,101 

112,581 

23,927 


Totals 


133,417 


19,077 


152,494 


135,683 


18,926 


154,609 


Packages, including post office 
packages. 


196,110 
711,971 
183,999 


970 

10,556 

97 


197,080 
722,527 
184,096 


204,028 
774,153 
209,736 


503 

7,186 
367 


204,531 
781,339 
210,103 


Totals 


1,092,080 


11,623 


1,103,703 


1,187,917 


8,056 


1,195,973 


Paintings, oil and water colours 


4,673 
46,162 

4,382 


119,545 
87,534 
13,089 


124,218 

133,696 

17,471 


7,090 
43,441 

5,825 


113,546 

179,490 

16,359 


120,636 

222,931 

22,184 


Totals 


55,217 


220,168 


275,385 


56,356 


309,395 


365,751 




G.B... 

U.S.. 

c. 

G.B... 

U.S.. 
O.C. 

G.B... 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G.B... 

U.S.. 
O.C. 




Paints and colours. 


224,118 
175,264 
166,454 


55,180 
39,211 
10,160 


279,298 
214,475 
176,614 


210,234 
184,659 
124,5.52 


38,321 
45,703 
10,966 


248,555 




2.30,362 
135,518 


Totals 


565,836 


104,551 


670,387 


519,445 


94,990 


614,435 


Paper and manufactures of 


254,042 

(>72,448 

79,509 




254,042 

672,537 

80,019 


229,368 

686,172 

86,318 


661 
324 


229 463 


89 
510 


686,836 
86,642 


Totals 


1,005,999 


599 


1,006,598 


1,001,858 


1,083 


1,002,941 


Pickles, sauces, capers, &c 


86,232 

18,851 

4,048 




86,232 

18,851 

4,048 


87,098 

33,387 

4,949 




87,098 




33,387 






4,949 








Totals 


109,131 




109,131 


125,434 




125,434 








Plants and trees 


1,583 

81,590 

979 


7,659 
23,906 
14,450 


9,242 

105, 49e 

15,429 


1,394 

57,900 

1,028 


4,378 
21,436 

17,847 


5,772 
79,336 

18,875 


Totals 


84,152 


46,015 


130,167 


60,322 


43,661 


103,983 



i -S TA T I STIC A L AND FIN A NCI A L S TA TEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles Entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



323 



Value, 1898. 


Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


225,379 

1,026,790 

64,154 


13,872 
54,493 
57,507 


239.251 

l,08i;283 

121,661 


389,065 

1,059,414 

60,217 


9,890 
55,161 
38,349 


398,955 

1,114,575 

98,566 


520,247 

1,187,048 

55,826 


9,275 
82,599 
40,510 


529,522 

1,269,647 

96,336 


1.316,323 


125,872 


1,442,195 


1,508,696 


103,400 


1,612,096 


1,763,121 


132,384 


1,895,505 


168,326 




168,326 

48,412 

4,688 


230,492 

65,647 

1,234 





230,492 

65,647 

1,234 


289,451 

69,880 

1,583 




289,451 

69,880 

1,583 


48,412 




4,688 
















221,426 




221,426 


297,373 




297,373 


360,914 




360,914 










16,880 

143,948 

28,613 


5,636 

13,364 

4,993 


22,516 

157,312 

33,606 


15,733 

166,n6G 

31.812 


2,987 

24,479 

8,201 


18,720 

191,045 

40,043 


16,346 

196,388 

22,756 


7,201 
17,493 

7,849 


23,547 

213,881 

30,605 


189,441 


23,993 


213,434 


214,141 


35,667 


249,808 


235,490 


32,543 


268,033 


218,076 
925,965 
206,356 


998 

8,867 

494 


219.074 
934,832 
206,850 


265,286 

1,191,977 

243,311 


676 

12,169 

176 


265,962 

1,204,146 

243,487 


304,851 

1,386,1.53 

273,934 


946 

17,053 

140 


305,797 

1,403,206 

274,074 


1.350,397 


10,359 


1,360,756 


1,700,574 


13,021 


1,713,595 


1,964,938 


18,139 1,983,077 


27,219 
91,258 
22,799 


104,474 
34,788 
34,567 


131,693 

126,046 

57,366 


30,629 
118,033 

18,5;>9 


361,896 

155.977 

55,120 


392,525 

274,010 

73,719 


138;f5 
19,852 


235,978 277,241 
101,200 239,495 
102,339: 122,191 


141,276 


173,829 


315,105 


167,261 


572,9i»3 


740,254 


199,410 


439,517 638,927 


202,793 
243,805 
212,595 


50,358 

39,338 

9,781 


253,151 
283,143 
222,376 


255,967 
190,674 
329,962 


62,597 
42,724 

6,198 


318,564 
233,39> 
336,160 


311,743 

275,586 
330.533 


59,073j 370,816 

41,765: 317,351 

8,421i 338,954 


659,193 



230,345 


99,477 


758,670 
230 345 


776,603 


1L1,519 


888,122 


917,862 


109,259 


1,027,121 




948 745 




248,745 
911,896 
102,915 


259,762 

1 042,504 

105,235 


541 

167 


259,762 


822,9831 500 
82,576j 28 


823,483 9ii',896 
82,604: 102,723 


192 


1,043,045 
105,402 


1,135,904; 528 


1,136,432 1,263,364 192 


l,26:i,556 


1,407,501 


708 


1,408,209 


95,482 




95,482 118,724 


118,724 

63,547 

8,616 


126,226 
86,907 
10,186 




126,226 


52,198 
5,798 




52,198 63,547 
5,798 8,616 







86,907 
10,186 










153,478 




153 478 190 8«7 




190,887 


223,319 




223,319 
















1,615 

20,149 

3,477 


3,516 
21,514 
19,308 


5,131 
41,663 

22,785 


1 

3,773 3,400 

11,318 22,134 

9,080; 27,037 


7,173 
33,452 
36,117 


4,300 

15,718 

8,492 


4,230 
17,858 
37,460 


8,530 
33,576 
45,952 


25,241 


44,338 


69,579 


24,171 


52,571 


76,742 


28,510 


59,548 


88,058 


1( 


)— i— 21^ 


' 















324 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 17. — Statement of the Valres of the Principal and Other 



Articles. 


i 


Value, 1896 


- 




Value, 1897 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Du-.iable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Precious btones 


G.B. 

U.S. 
O.C. 

G.B. 
U.S. 
O.C. 


s 

8,056 

1,983 

13,708 


233,267 

15,751 

114,307 


241,323 

17,734 

128,015 


S 

9,038 

4,439 

17,160 


281,780 

32,2:^ 

181,953 


290,818 

36,677 

199,113 


Totals • 


23,747 


363,325 


387,072 


30,637 


495,971 


526,60a 


Provisions 


25,428 

652,998 

20,868 


1^532 


2.5,428 

654,530 

20,868 


23,913 

655,140 

22,374 




23 931 




1,457 


656,597 
22,374 








Totals 


699,294 


1,532 


7W,826 


701,427 


1,457 


702,884 




... . 

G.B. 

U.S. 
O.C. 

G.B. 

U.S. 
O.C. 


Rags for manufacture of paper . 





79,507 

150,219 

12,096 


79,507 

150,219 

L2,096 




48,614 

138,398 

4,685 


48,614 
138,398 








4 685 








Totals 


' 


241,822 


241,822 




191,697 


191,697 








Rennet ... 




773 
29,849 
19,462 


773 
29,849 
19,462 




637 
36,302 

7,476 


637 

36,302 

7,476 












Totals 




50,084 


50,084 




44,415 


44,415 




G.B. 

U.S. 
O.C. 

G.B. 

U.S. 
O.C. 

G.B. 

U.S. 
O.C. 






Salt 


71 

24,065 

414 


280, .330 
10,986 
47,572 


280,401 
35,051 
47,986 


370 

33,082 

18 


241,259 
10,712 
60,146 


241,629 


'*2 


43,794 
60,164 


Totals 


24,550 


338,888 


363,438 


33,470 


312,117 


345,587 


Seeds and roots 


13,811 

576,918 

25,115 


33,460 
11,649 
23,962 


47,271 

618,567 

49,077 


11,864 

524,974 

14,362 


34,434 

6,014 

21,308 


46,298 

530,988 

35,670 


Totals 


615,844 


99,071 


714,915 


551,200 


61,756 


612,956 






Settlers' effects 




429,872 

1,714,168 

44,935 


429,872 

1,714,168 

44,935 


383,243 

i 1,803,275 

1 47,212 

! 


383,243 

1,803,275 

47,212 


Totals 




2,188,975 


2,188,975 




2,233,730 


2,233,73a 




G.B. 

U.S. 
O.C. 

G.B. 
U.S. 
O.C. 







Silk and manufactures of : — 
Clothing, N.O.P 


297,992 
11,798 
33,894 




297,992 
11.798 
33,894 


207,39 
14,763 
30,340 


:::•:•:::; 


207,395 

\ 14,763 

30,340 












Totals. ...*... ... 


343,684 





343,684 


252,498 




252,498 








Dress and piece goods 


623,359 

44,687 

235,686 




623,359 

44,687 

235,686 


514,843 

52,778 

198,260 

765,881 




514,843 






52,778 






198,260 








Totals 


903,732 




903,732 




765,881 













i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles Entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



325 



Value, 1898. 



Value, 1899. 



Value. 1900. 



Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


14,540 

7,963 

21,514 


8 ^ § : $ 

227,002 241, 542 i 17,925 

21,695: 29, 658 j 9,746 

114,735^ 136.249 16,779 


237,252 

26,226 

154,080 


255,177 

35,972 

170,859 


32,512 
15,647 
14,142 


339,969 

52,067 

175,597 


372,481 

67,714 

189,739 


44,017 


363,432 


407,449 44,450 


417,558: 462,008, 62,301 


567,633 


629,934 


47,197 

1,415,061 

36,316 


■ ■ " i;230 



47,197 

1,416,291 

36,31C 


36,842 

1,618,078 

51,573 


63 
3,799 


36,905 

1,621,877 

51,573 


58,548 

1,795,798 

50,677 


i',286 




58,548 

1,797,078 

50,677 










1,498,574 


1,230 1,499,804 


1,706,493 


3,862 


1,710,355 


1,905,023 


1,280 


1,906,303 




144,138 144,138 




143,995 

130,046 

24,520 


143,995 

130,046 

24,520 




119,036 

169,480 

18,327 


119,036 




171,399 171,399 
23,989, 23,98 






169,480 


^ 






18,327 








339,526' 339,526 




298,561 


298,561 


• 


306,843 


306,843 










1 
1 

6,141; 6,141 

46,899 i 46,899 

9,938i 9,938 




516 

46,452 

8,010 


516 

46,452 

8,010 




445 

45,686 
13,573 


445 








45,686 






13,573 














L62,978l 62,978 


54,978 


54,978 




59,704 


59,704 








107 216,426i 216,533 312 


212,885 


21.3.197 




241,242 

7,700 

46,311 


241,242 


32,125: 22,557- 54,682 32,525 

560 54,427 54,987 2 

1 


8,423 40,948 
46,212 46,214 


30,180 


37,880 
46,311 


32,792 293,410 326,202 32,839' 267,520| 300,359 30,180 


295,253 


325,433 


9,291 

419,144 

12,657 


32,191 
73,919 
21,168 


1 1 1 1 
41,482 7,991 26,112* 34,103! 10,136 
493,063: 342,116 1,073,898: 1,416,014! 460,415 
33,825 17,752 83,352j 101,104| 10,291 


108,374 

1,279,801 

55,643 


118,510 

1,740,216 

65,934 


441,092 


127,278 


568,370 


367,859 1,183,362 


1,551,221 


480,842' 1,443,818 


1,924,660 




488,935 


488.9.35 


1 
; 4.58.888 


458,888 




657,344 

2,385,724 

22,342 


657,344 




2, 324, 457 i 2. .324. 457 




2,183,861 
1 fiS 907 


2,183,861 
163,207 





2,385,724 




15,283 


15,283 




22,342 




i 






2,828,675 


2,828,675 


i 2,805,956' 2,805,956 




3,005,410 


3,065,410 








178,474 
23,937 
27,406 




178,474 


172,180 
38,199 
33,856 




172,180 
38,199 
33,856 


157,620 
42,842 
43,656 


. . . -• 


157,620 





23,937 
27,406 




42,842 
43,656 










229,817 


! 229,817 


244 235 




244,235 


244,118 




244,118 












761 899 




761,899 

78,485 

476,341 


1,040,489 
120.960 
944,933 





1,040,489 
120,960 
944,933 


1,325,017 
120,067 
980,765 




1,-325,017 


78,485 







120,067 


476,341 








980,765 










1,316,725 





1,316,725 


2,106,382 





2,106,382 


2,425,849 





2,425,849 



326 



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64 VICTORIA, A. 190t 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Articles. 


i 


Value, 1896, 


Value, 1897. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Silk and marrnf . of — Con. 


O. B. 
U. S. . 
0. C. 


45,235 

1,479 

59,484 


$ 


45,2.35 

1,479 

59,484 


32,425 

1,934 

47,319 


$ 


32,425 








1,934 







47,319 








Totals 


106,198 




106,198 


81,678 




81,678 




G. B. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 






Ribbons 


588,974 

23,640 

168,559 




588,974 

23,640 

168,559 


351,723 

38,551 

111,963 




351,723 






38,551 







111,963 


Totals 


781,173 


200,742 


781,173 


502,237 




502,237 




G. B. 
U.S.. 
0. C 

G. B. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 

G. B. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 

G.B. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 




Others. . , 


341,042 
40,254 
41,235 


341,042 

240,996 

41,235 


289,629 
42,748 
53,634 


785 

150,425 

276 


290,414 

193,173 
53,910 


Totals 


422,531 


200,742 


623,273 


386,011 


151,486 


537,497 


Recapitulation, silk and manu- 
factures of. 


1,896,602 
121,858 
538,858 


200,742 


1,896,602 
322,600 
538,858 


1,396,015 
150,774 
441,516 


785 

150,425 

276 


1,396,800 
SOI, 199 
441,792 


Grand totals 


2,557,318 


200,742 


2,758,060 


1,988,305 


151,486 


2,139,791 


Soap, all kinds 


82,277 

136,163 

27,630 




82,277 

136,163 

27,630 


106,345 

131,120 

24,664 





106,345 




131,120 






24,664 








Totals 


246,070 




246,070 


262,129 




262,129 








Spices 


81,206 
61,701 




81,206 

61,701 

8,389 


87,292 

54,135 

9,019 




87,292 


. . 




54,135 




8,389 





9,019 


Totals 


151,296i 


151,296 


150,446 




150,446 




G.B. 
U.S.. 

0. c. 










Spirits and wines 


405,941 

26,012 

791,437 




405,941 

26,012 

791,437 


444,319 
41,0.33 

821,370 




444,319 






41,033 
821,370 








Totals 


1,223,390 




1,223,390 


1,306,722 




1,306,722 




G.B. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 






Starch 


19,902 

35,271 

1,067 




19,902 

35,271 

1,067 


20,973 

44,186 

1,432 




20,973 






44,186 






1,432 








Totals 


56,240 




56,240 


66,E91 




66,591 




G.B. 
U.S. 
C. 






Stone and manufactures of 


48,730 

94,277 

2,812 


2,175 

27,818 
4,084 


50,905 

122,095 

6,89() 


35,465 

77,689 

3,764 


1,896 

31,984 

4,326 


37,361 

109,673 

8,090 


Totals 


145,819 


34,077 


179,896 


116,918 


38,206 


155,124 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles Entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



327 



Value, 1898. 




Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


i 
Dutiable. Free. | Total. 

1 1 
' 1 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


30,426 

870 


$ 


$ 

30,436 

870 
37,746 


31,834 

861 

57,159 


$ 


31 834 


41 7Pfir 


41,796 
2,938 




86l! 2^938 

57,1591 59,258 


37,746 




59,258 






69,042 




69,042 


89,854 




89,854 103,992 


103,992 


423,157 

44,964 

184,644 





423,157 

44,1)64 

184,644 


496,048 

34,585 

.31 .S. 9.57 




496,048 448,044 

34,5851 28,408 

313,957 220,315 




448,044 

28,408 

220,315 












652,765 




652,7651 844.590 





844,590 696,767 


696,767 












259,842 
49,408 
72,915 


135 

240,207 

1,542 


259,977 

289,615 

74,457 


321,877 


647 


322,524 

328,095 
120,498 


270,578 
65,825 
75,007 




270,578 


51,206 276,889 
119,002 1,496 


289,725 
1,428 


355,550 
76,435 


382,165 


241,884 


624,049 


492,085 


279,032 


771,117 


411,410 


291,153 


702, 56S 


I— 1 


135 

240,207 

1,542 


1,653,933 
437,871 
800,594 


2,062,428 

245,811 

1,468,907 


647 

276,889 
1,496 


2,063,075 2,243,055 

522,700; 260,080 

1,470,403 1,379,001 


289 J25 
1,428 


2,243,055 

549,805 

1,380,429 


2,650,514 


241,884 


2,892,398 


3,777,146 279,032 


4,056, 178| 3,882,136 


291,153 


4,173,289 


120,550 




120,550 
141.586 


188,068 

165,777 

30,329 




188,068 

165,777 

30,329 


230,131 

179,604 

36,400 




230,131 


141,586 
25,886 






179,604 




25,886 




36,400 






288,022 




288,022 


384,174 




384,174 


446,135 




446,135 








83,146 
94,236 
13,561 




83,146 
94,236 
13,561 


90,688 
76,013 

24,798 




90,688 
76,013 

24,798 


114,348 
79,043 
17,127 




114,348 






79,043 





17,127 


190,943 




190,943 


191,499 




191,499 


210,518 




210,518 








504,348 

40,340 

767,558 




504,348 

40,340 

767,558 


618,240 

52,017 

894,702 




618,240 

52,017 

894,702 


697,255 




697,255 




48,287- 

996,169 


48,287 
996,169 








1,312,246 




1,312,246 


1,564,959 




1,564,959 


1,741,7111 


1,741,711 






19,573 

54,909 

780 




19,573 

54,909 

780 


22,542 

55,748 
1,197 




22,542 

55,748 

1,197 


20,545 

50,151 

2,071 


20,545 

50,151 

2,071 








75,262 





75,262 


79,487 




79,487 


72,767j 


72,767 








31,397 

77,651 

3,867 


2,896 
51,097 

6,825 


34,293 

128,748 
10,692 


48,470 

105,407 

1,929 


1,199 

46,190 

5,310 


49,669 
151,597 

7,239 


46,341 

132,153 

2,590 


855 

55,626 

2,461 


47,196 

187,779 

5,051 


112,915 


60,818 


173,733 


155,806 


52,699 


208,505 


181,084 


58,942 


240,026 



328 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 17. — Statement *of the Values of the Principal and Other 



A uTTrr TJ'si 


i 




Value, 1896. 


. Value, 1897. 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O. C. 


$ 

95,579 

59.5,622 

5,(-93,389 


% 


% 

95, .579 

626,302 

5,380,631 


56,859 

975,492 

7,393,523 


$ 

34 
134,916 


56,859 

975,526 

7,528,439 




30,680 
237,242 


Totals 


5,784,590 


267,922 


6,052,512 


8,425,874 


134,950 


8,560,824 


Tea 


3,972 

32,714 

191 


944,025 


947,997 

32,714 

2,271,422 


2,141 1,136,536 
39,394! 


1,138,677 
39 394 




2,271,231 


455 


2,131,832 


2,132,287 


Totals 


36,877 


3,215,256 


3,252,133 


41,990 


3,268,368 


3,310,358 




G. B.. 

U.S. 
0. c. 


Tobacco and manufactures of . . 


12,285 

37,773 

208,639 


517 

1,303,374 

43,486 


12,802 

1,341.147 

' 252,125 


20,244 

31,279 

231,156 


2,032 

2,030,568 

20,241 


22,276 

2,061,847 

1!51,397 


Totals 


258,697 


1,347,377 


1,606,074 


282,679 


2,052,841 


2,335,520 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 


Turpentine 


33 
162,315 


"i 


33 
162,316 


16 

153,465 

2 




16 

153,465 

2 


Totals 


162,348 


1 


162,349 


153,483 




153,483 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. a. 


Umbrellas, parasols, sunshades, 
&c. 


154,377 

4,404 

10,329 




154,377 

4,404 

10,329 


101,736 
3,891 
6,102 




101,736 
3,891 
6,102 




..... ... 










Totals , . 


109,110 




169,110 


111,729 




111,729 








Varnish, japans, &c 


35,780 

40,884 

236 


164 
460 


35,944 

41,344 

236 


24.910 

35,457 

354 


175 
374 


25,085 

35,831 

354 








Totals 


76,900 


624 


77,524 


00,721 


549 


61,270 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. c. 


Vegetables. . 


12,931 

169,889 

36,863 




12,931 

169,889 

36,863 


19,063 
171,846 




19,063 

171,846 

30,172 











. 30,172 





Totals . . 


219,683 




219,683 


221,081 




221,081 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 




Watches and parts of 


6,738 
246,353 

50,288 





6,738 

246,353 

50,288 


0,997 

418,380 

33,607 




5,997 
418,380 






33,607 








Totals 


303,379 




303,379 


457,984 




457,984 












Wood and manufactures of . . . . 


89,774 

764,869 

77,934 


2,045 

1,958,343 

8,655 


91,819 
2,723,212 

86,589 


70,286 

808,159 

71,276 


11,677 

2,036,576 

1,930 


81,963 

2,844,735 

73,206 


Totals 


932,577 


1,969,043 


2,901,620 


949,721 


2,050,183 


2,999,904 









i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles Entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Continued. 



329 



Value, 1898. 


Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


1 
Dvitiable. j Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


1 

Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


200,665 

738,364 

4,606,762 


i « 


1 

S 

200,605 

738,392 

4,660,762 


233,399 

862,240 

5,700,166 


ii 


233,399 

862,251 
5,700,166 


163,251 




163,251 
1,708,997 
6,732,802 


28 


1,708,338! 659 
6,731,532! 1,270 






5, 605, 791 1 28 


5,605,819 


6,795,805 


11 


6,795,816 


8,603,121 1,929 


8,605,050 


1 

1,583' 665,649 

58, 957 1 17 

450 1,994,533 


667,232 

58,974 
1,994,983 


1,636 
142,216 

22 


786,737 


788,373 

142,216 

2,581,139 


1 
! 

904| 747,432 

38,660 

60| 2,816,971 


748,336 

38,660 

2,817,031 


2,581,117 


60,990 2,660,199 


2721,189 


143,874 


3,367,854 

1,056 

1,878,725 

4,659 


3,511,728 


39,624 


3,564,403 


3,604,027 


30,679 


30,679 
499,355 
154,981 


47,820 

69,481 

168,835 


48,876 

1,948,206 

173,494 


61,040 

98,232 

237,417 




61,040 

1,598,904 

244,855- 


498,131 1,224 
151,981 


1,500,672 
7,438 


0S3,791 


1,224 


685,015 


286,136 


1,884,440 


2,170,576 


396,689 


1,508,110 


1,904,799 


9,173 

202,027 
16 


ri 


9,175 

202,100 

16 


29 
229,254 


564 


29 
229,818 


15 

359,794 

3 


35i 


15 

360,145 

3 








... 




211,216 


75 


211,291 


229,283 


564 


229,847 


359,812 


351 


360,163 


107,084 


' 


107,084 
3,904 
5,919 


120,550 
6,467 

4,228 




120,550 
6,467 

4^228 


100,230 
5,301 
3,114 




100,230 
5,301 
3,114 


3,904 






5,919 










] 10,907 










116,907 


131,245 


1 131,245 


108,645: 


108,645 


23,550 

50,495 

246 


154 
154 


23,704 

50,049 

246 


31,039 

54,382 

144 


48 
237 


31,087 

54,619 

144 


25,587 
59,313 

281 


127 
294 


25,714 
59,607 

281 


74,291 


308 


74,599 


85,565 285 


85,850 


85,181 


421 


85,602 


23,655 




23,655 

232,454 

33,188 


16,434 


16,434 

275,318 

43,434 


19,705 

329,925 

52,800 




19,Z05 
329,925 


232,454 




275,318 






33,188 


43,434 




52,800 


- 






289,297 




289,L>a7 


335 186 


335,186 


402,430 




402,430 






6,636l 

392,321' . 


6,636 

392,321 

51,823 

450,780 


13,947 

348,259 

65,049 




13,947 

348,259 

65,049 


8,784 

406,633 

84,601 




8,784 





406,633 


51,823 




84,601 








450,780 . . . : - . . 


427,255^ 




427,255 


500,018 




500,018 










53,090! 5,847 

824,318; 2,535,786 

75,222 1,945 


58,937 

3,360,104 

77,167 


51,982' 1.177' 
983,738: 2,919,433^ 
105,116; 8,998 


1 

?3,159[ 

3,903,171! 

114,114 


76, 781 i 10,664 

1,200,025; 3,600,549 

95,598: 0,820 


87,445 

4,806,574 

102,424 


052,630 2,543,578 


3,496,208 


1,140,836 2,929,608 


4,070,444 


1,372,404| 3,624,039 


4,996,443 



330 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 17. — Statement of the Values of the PdncipU and C)ther 



Articles. 


1 


Value, 1896 


• 


Value, 1897. 




Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


Wool and manufactures of 


G. B.. 

U.S.. 

o.c. 

G. B.. 

U.S. 

O.C. 

G. B.. 

u. s. . 
o.c. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 


$ 

6,930,268 

204,193 

1,536,230 


$ 

337,337 
638,053 
290,486 


7,267,605 

842,246 

1,826,716 


5,576,859 

218,396 

1,330,493 


231,470 

528,238 
170,837 


5,808,329 

746,634 

1,501,330 


Totals 


8,670,691 


1,265,876 


9,936,567 


7,125,748 


930,545 


8,056,293 


All other good? 


374,637 
810,827 
278,659 


201,372 

411,259 

33,276 


576,009 

1,222,086 

311,935 


364,086 
843,957 
301,618 


139,866 

402,170 

27,324 


503,952 

1,246,127 

328,942 


Totals 


1,464,123 


645,907 


2,110,030 


1,509,661 


569,360 


2,079,021 


Values of total imports of mer- 
chandise. 


24,366,179 
29,101,646 
13,771,934 


8,458,826 

24,427,744 

5,235,332 


32,824,505 
53,529,390 
19,007,266 


20,217,422 
30,482,509 
15,520,834 


9,183,766 

26,540,833 

4,672,463 


29,401,188 
57,023,342 
20,193,297 


Totals 


67,239,759 


38,121,402 


105,361,161 


66,220,765 


40,397,062 


106,617,827 


Coin and bullion 




155,237 
5,044,634 

26,448 


155,237 

5,044,634 

26,448 




11,000 

4,625,699 

39,495 


11,000 
4,625,699 










0. c 






39,495 






■ 






Totals 




5,226,319 


5,226,319 




4,676,194 


4,676,194 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 






Recapitulation— 

Value of total imix)rts entered 
for consumption, including 
coin and bullion. 


24,366,179 
29,101,646 
13,771,934 


8,613,563 

29,472,378 

5,261,780 


32,979,742 
58,574,024 
19,033,714 


20,217,422 
30,482 509 
15,520,834 


9,194,766 

31,166,532 

4,711,958 


29,412,188 
61,649,041 
20,232,792 


Grand totals 


67,239,759 


43,347,721 


110,587,480 


66,220,765 


45,073,256 


111,294,021 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Articles Entered for Consumption in Canada, &c. — Concluded. 



331 





Value, 1898 






Value, 1899. 




Value, 1900. 


1 
Dutiable. Free. 


Total. i Dutiable. 

1 


Free. 


Total. 


Dutiable. 


Free. 


Total. 


6,221,836 

252,242 

1,511,788 


1,232,265 
323,033 
463,793 


7,454,101 

575,275 
1,975,581 


3 

7,686,366 

428,631 

1,688,206 


755,680 
520,684 
229,663 


8,442,046 

949,315 

1,917,869 


7,787,929 

359,986 

1,653,650 


904,194 
449,892 
400,626 


8,692,123 

809,878 

2,054,276 


7,985,866 


2,019,091 

173,997 

451,366 

35,901 


10,004,957 


9,803,203 


1,506,027 


11,309,230 


9,801,565 


1,754,712 


11,556,277 


458,662 

1,278,715 

3iJl,453 


632,659 

1,730,081 

397,354 


582,881 

1,548,429 

430,416 


204,259 

545,010 

48,701 


787,140 

2,093,439 

485,117 


625,025 

2,054,409 

451,380 


263,578 

771,709 

45,199 


888,603 

2,826,118 

490,579 


2,098,830 


661,264 


2,760,094 


2,567,726 


797,970 


.3,365,696 


3,130,814 1,080,486 


4,211,300 


22,5156,479 9,486,982 
38,063,960 36,700,963 
14,004,649! 5,434,129 


32,043,461 

74,824 923 
19,438,778 


27,521,508 
44,471,824 
17,439,810 


9,409,815 

43,995,349 

0,508,123 


i i 
36,931,323! 31,-561,756 12,718,227 
88,467.173 53,897.501 48,182,616 
23,947,963 18,887,478 7,259,240 


44,279,983 

102,080,177 

26,146,718 


74,025,088 


51^682,074 


120,307,102 89,433,172 


59,913,287 


149,.346,459 


104,346,795 68,160,083 


172,506,878 




457,450 

3,880,007 

52,721 


457,456 

3,880,007 

52,721 




128,800 

4,539,993 

30,341 


128,800 




.509,747 

7,764,201 

23,490 


509,747 




4,539,993 
36,341 




7,704,201 






2.3,490 















4,390,844 


4,390,844 

32,500,917 
78,705,590 
19,491,499 




4,705,134 


4,705,134 




8,297,438 


8,297,438 


22,556,479 
38,003,900 
14,004,049 


9,944,438 
40,641,630 

5,486,850 


27,521,508 
44,471,824 
17,439,840 


9,538,615 

48,535,342 

6,544,464 


37,060,123 
93,007,166 
23,984,304 


31,561,756 
53,897,561 

18,887,478 


13,227,974 

55,946,817 
7,282,730 


44,789,730 

109,844,-378 

26,170,208 


74,625,088 


56,072,918 


130,698,006 


89,433,172 64,618,421 


154,051,593 


104,346,795 


76,457,521 

• 


180,804,316 



332 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 

No. 18. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other Articles Exported from 
1900 inclusive, showing in each case the portion sent to Great Britain, the 

Abbreviations.— G. B., Great Britain ; 



Articles, 


i 


Value, 1896. 


Value, 1897. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce, 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Animals :— 


G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 


6,816,361 

8,870 

257,311 


$ 


S 

6,816,361 

13,150 

257,311 


6,454,313 
509,138 
195,937 


% 


6,454,313 
509,349 
195,937 




4,280 






Totals 


7,082,542 4,280 7,086,822 


7,159,388 


211 


7,159,599 


Horses 


1 i 

1,729,508' 5,600: 1,735,108 

328,338 322,423' 650,761 

55,249 55,249 


1,357,472 

307,906 

4.5.544 


2,000 
239,149 


1,359,472 

547,055 

45,544 








Totals 


2,113,0951 328,023 


2,441,118 1,710,922 


241,149 


1,952,071 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 

0. a. 


Sheep 


1,721,250 841 

394,9491 2,499 

35,084 


i 
1,722,091 j 361,705 
397,448! 602,894 
35,0841 37,412 





1 361,705 

602,894 

37,412 


Totals 


2,151,283 3.3401 2.154.6231 1.002.011 




1,002,011 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C.. 




' 






Swine 


1,076 


.1 

I 1.076! 795 




795 




2,^J80 




2,280 3,258 




3,258 










Totals. .. 


3,356 . 3,356* 4.053 





4,053 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 

o. a. 




' 




All other 


5,451 i 18 


5,469 

78,792 

3,458 


43,279 

. 65,488 

2,582 




43,279 




67,482 
3,458 


11,310 




34,634 


100,122 
2,582 




n .^:?S 








Totals 


76,391 


87719: 111.349 


34,634 


145,983 




. . . 

G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 

G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. C 

• 

G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

u. s.. 
0. c. 






Recapitulation, anwials 


10,272,570 6,459 10,279,029 
800,715 340,512' 1,141,227 
353,382.... . ... 353,382 


1 

8,216,769; 2,000 

1,486,2211 273,994 

284,733:,.. 


8,218,769 

1,760,215 

284,733 


Grand totals 


11,426,667 


346,971 11,773,638 


9,987,723 


275,994 


10,263,717 


Ashes, pot, pearl and other 


53,665 

53,071 

3,356 




53,665 
53,071 


42,527 
56.912 




42,527 




167 


57,079 






3.3.56 2.151 





2,151 










Totals. . .... 


110,092 


i 110,092; 101,590 


167 


101,757 


Bones . . 


" " " 24^.589 


1 

1 ! 

24,5891 35,980 




35,980 


Totals 


24,589 




24,589' 35,980 




35,980 










Books, pamphlets, maps, &c . . . 


12,934 4,842 

41,995 25,229 

7,994: 3,087 


17, 776 i 23,603 
67,224! 49,761 
11,081 10,973 


2,726 

30,649 

2,247 


26,329 
80,410 
13,220 


Totals 


62,923 


33,158 


96,081 


84,337 


35,622 119,959 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, 333 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Canada (both Home and Foreign Produce), during Fiscal Years ended June 30, 1896 to 
United States, and to all Other Countries. {From Canadian Returns.) 
U: S., United States ; O. C, Other Countries. 



1 

Value, 1898. 


Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


"Home Foreign 
Produce, i Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


•s a 

7 40*^ 9'iOl -^^Sl 


$ 

7,404,388 

1,245,748 

79,854 


$ 

7,129,430 

1,298,170 

95,235 


35,940 

15,370 

2,226 


$ 

7,165,370 

1,313,540 

97,461 


•S 

7,579,080 

1,401,137 

100,559 


$ 


7,579,080 


1,239,448 
79,854 


6,300 


9,920 


1,411,057 
100,559 


8,723,292 


6,698 


8,729,990 


8,522,835 


53.536 


8,576,371 


9,080,776 


9,920 


9,090,696 


1,160,367 

307,124 

29,953 


72,350 
271,195 


i 

1,232,717 591,200 

578,319 283,593 

29,953 23 270 


10,827 
169,017 


602,027 

452,610 

23,270 


517,641 
222,625 
426.715 


4,025 

98,529 


521,666 
321,154 
426,715 













1,497,444 


343,545! 1,840,989 898,063 


179,844 


1,077,907 


1,166,981 


102,554} 1,269,535 


396 422 




396,422 

841,920 

.S.S735 


333,736 

1,176,687 

.30.434 




333.7361 475.508 




475,508 


84i;920 
33 735 




275 1.176.962! 1.397.997 


1,397,997 






30,4341 20,507 


20,507 


' ' ~ ' ' ! 1 






1,272,077 




1,272,077 


1,540,857 


275| 1,541,132; 1,894,012 




1,894,012 








1 
1 










20 




3,137 

1,856 


40 


3,i77 2,413 
1,856 2,651 




2,4i3 11,553 
2.651 3.000 


11,573 
3,000 










4,'.i93| 40 


5,033 5,064 


. . ! 5,0641 14,553 


20 


14,573 


10,216 

42,714 

4 009 




10,216 

52,456 

4 009 


17,134 

49,933 

6,440 


! 17,134 751 


20 

15,863 

30 


771 


9,742 


17,421 


67,354, 39,995 
6,440 4,527 


55,858 
4,557 










56,939i 9,742 


66,681 


73,507 


17,421 1 90,928 


45,273 


15,913 


61,186 


8,970,9951 72,748 

2,434,343 287,277 

149,407 


9,043,743 

2,721,620 

149,407 


8,071,50i> 

2,810,796 

158,030 


46,767 

202,083 

2,226 


8,118,267 

3,012,879 

160,256 


8,572,980 

3,073,307 

555,308 


4,045 

124,332 

30 


8,577,025 

3,197,639 

555,338 


11,554,745 360,025 


11,914,770 


11,040,326! 251,076 


11,291,402 


12,201,595 128,407 

! 


12,330,002 


30,173 

79,257 

2,875 




30,173 
79,257 

2,875 


42,610 1 42.610 


1 
48,812! 


48,812 




65,318 70 
2,799 


65,388 


86.789 




86,789 





2,799] 2,654 





2,654 


' 






112,305 


i 


112,305 


110,727i 70 


110,797 


138,255! 


138,255 


1 








i 




6O! 


60 

46,868 


■ ■ ■ " 46^267 

1 






38,852 




38,852 


46.868 




iio 



46,367 















; 1 




38,852 


! 


38,852 


46,928 




46,928 46,267 


110 


46,367 








28,131 
59,390 
13,446 


3,977 
41,154 

1,887 


32,108 

100,544 

15,333 


23,452 
49,659 

22,425 


4,804 

33,651 

1,163 


28,256 
83,310 

23,588 


i 

37,733 
52,400 
51,083 


2,406 

34,258 

851 


40,139 
86,658 
51,934 


100,967 


47,018 


147,985 


95,536 


39,618 


135,154 

1 


141,216 


37,515 


178,731 



334 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 18. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and 



Articles. 


(U 

'B' 
1 


Value, 1896. 


Value, 1897. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Breadstufifs :— 


G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C.. 


38 

95 

19,075 


% 


$ 

38 

98 

19,075 


% 


% 


% 




3 


569 
15,961 


4 


573 
15,961 


Totals 


19,208 


3 


19,211 


16,530 


4 


16,534 




G. B.. 

U. S. . 

c 




Other N E S 


17,891 




17,891 
222 


26,285 




26,285 
677 
178 




222 


677 
178 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 
0. c. 






Totals 


17,891 


222 


18,113 


26,285 


855 


27,140 


"Grain :— 

Bailey 


15.483 

297,438 

3,107 




15,483 

297,439 

3,107 


178,532 

371,633 

16,340 




178,532 
371,633 


1 








16 340 










Totals . 


316,028 


1 


316,029 


566,505 




566,505 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 








9,046 

245,909 

3.491 


558 


9,046 

246,467 

3,491 


81,310 

102,221 

11,570 




81,310 




438 

4 


102,659 
11,574 






Totals . 


258,446 


558 


259,004 


195,101 


442 


195,543 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 
O. C. 




Indian corn. , 


1,145 

2 220 

183 


997,257 

58 

130,566 


998,402 

2,278 

130,749 


22,865 
298 
175 


2,455,914 

77 

270,624 


2,478,779 

375 

270,799 


Totals 


3,.548 


1,127,881 


1,131,429 


23,338 


2,726,615 


2,749,953 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 




Oats 


112,704 

11,506 

149,651 


1^230 

10,327 


112,704 

12,736 

159,978 


1,338,748 

8,388 

307,994 


159,565 

1,374 

19,f52 


1,498,313 

9,762 

327,646 


Totals 


273,861 

803,673 

262,175 

65,339 


11,557 


285,418 


1,655,130 


180,591 


1,835,721 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 




Pease, whole 


11,716 
4 


815,.S89 

262,179 

65.339 


1,773,009 
322,136 
157,438 


58,037 



1,831,136 
322,136 
157,43'^ 








Totals 


1,131,187 


11,720 


1,142,907 


2,252,673 


58,03/ 


2,310,710 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. C. 




Pease, split 


66,200 

1,526 

100,578 

168,304 




66,200 

1,526 

100,578 


43,602 

369 

56,247 




43,602 






369 









56,247 









Totals 


168,304 


100,218 




100,218 




G. B.. 

u. s.. 
0. c. 








Rye 


is 


22,804 


22,804 
18 


75,243 
10 

17,391 


95,011 


170,254 
10 







38,345 


55,736 


Totals . 


18 


22,804 


22,822 


92,644 


133,356 


226,000 



i ST A TISTIGA L AND FIN A NCI A L S TA TEMENTS. 

■SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Other Articles Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



335 



Value, 1898. 


Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


Home 
Pioduce. 


Foreign 
Produce, 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


$ 


$ 


$ 


$ 

186 

1,732 

21,734 


$ 


186 

1,732 

21,734 


$ 

5 

3,766 

17,706 


1^2.35 

30 


5 


1,069 
15,102 




1,069 
15,120 


5,001 
17,736 


18 




16,171 


18 


16,189 


23,652 




23,652 


21,477 


1,265 


22,742 




3,436 




3,436 


35,942 


4 

40 
10,745 


35,946 22.2.30 




22,230 


. 


40 
10,745 






291 


291 






536 


536 








3,436 


291 


3,727 


35,942 


10,789 


46,731 


22,230 


536 


22,766 


111,410 

28,867 


40,090 


151,500 
28,867 
18,701 


50,664 
59,158 


1 

69,479i 120,143 
59.1.58 


810,917 

77,754 

121,754 


126,804 
63'623 


937,721 

77 754 


18,701 




218! 1 218 


185,377 










158,978 


40,090 


199,068 


110,040 


69,479 179,519 

1 


1,010,425 


190,427 


1,200,852 


54,487 




54,487 

44,124 

101,482 


42,233 

15,145 

181,657 


1 42,233 

203' 15,348 
j 181,657 


17,700 

99,341 

217,845 




17,700 

99,830 

218 012 


43,583 
101,482 


541 


489 
167 








199,552 


541 


200,093 


239,035 


203 239,238 


334,886 


656 


335,542 


100 

63 

925 


4,751,177 

69 

414,709 


4,751,277 

132 

415,634 


41,523 

2:>7 

6,992 


5,246,610 
■ 'lVll6;673 


5,288,133 

297 

1,123,065 


1 

1,182 


4,286,158 
471^437 


4,286,158 

1 

472,619 


1,088 


5,165,955 


5,167,043 


48,812 


6,362,683 


' 6,411,495 


1,183 


4,757,595 


4,758,778 


2,472,488 

23,417 

545,673 


223,890 

8,727 

46,523 


2,696,378 

32,144 

592,196 


2,811,112 

38,726 

418,550 


215,423 

1,493 

51,633 


3.026,535 

40,219 

470,183 


1,866,521 

38,9.35 

237,723 


193,526 

23,988 

128,355 


2,060,047 

62,923 

366,078 


3,041,578 


279,140 


3 320,718 


3,268,388 


268,549 


3,536,937 


2,143,179 345,869 


2,489,048 


1,501,909 

72,780 


19,939 


1,521,848 

72,780 


1,624,773 

71,564 

1.3.5.768 


5,178 
20 


1,629,951 

71,584 
135,708 


1,694,135 

86,226 
209,416 


13,387 


1,707,522 

86,226 

209,416 


134,816 




134,816 












1,709,505 


19,939 1,729,444 


1,832,105 


5,198 


1,837,303 


1,989,777 


13,387 


2,003,164 


35,781 




35,781 


26,419 

1,756 

95,318 




26,419 

1,756 

95,318 


48,995 

1,747 

104,952 




48,995 


9,054 
59,452 




9,054 
59,452 




1,747 
104,952 






104,287 




104,287 


123,493 




123,493 


155,694 




155,694 








283,648 
2,371 


154,302 
'57,i32 


437,950 

2,371 

387,652 


195,791 

653 

3 


239,556 
i36;590 


435,347 

653 

136,593 


278,228 
1,058 


56,613 


334,841 
1,058 


330,520 

















616,539 


211,434 


827,973 


196,447 


376,146 


572,593 279,286 

1 


56,613 




335,899 



336 



TRADE AND COMMERCE i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
J^o. 18. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and 



Articles. 


i 


Value, 1890. 


Value, 1897 




Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Breadstuff s— Con. :— 
Grain— Con. :— 
Wheat 


G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. c. 


5,677,637 
40,424 
53,460 


2,214,2.37 


8 

7,891.874 
40,424 
75,659 


8 

5,477,219 
11,737 
55,241 


3,676,752 
44,377 


$ 

9,153,971 
11 737 




22,199 


99,618 


Totals 


5,771,521 


2,236,436 


8,007,957 


5,544,197 


3,721,129 


9,265,326 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. C. 

G. B.. 

u. s.. 
0. c. 


All other grain 


7,008 

12,130 

154,757 




7,008 

12,130 

154,757 


57,873 

1.55 

124,251 




57,873 
155 






124,251 






Totals 


173,895 




173,895 


182,279 





182,279 


Grain products- - 

Bran 


94,507 
8,509 
9,369 




i83 


94,507 
8,509 
9,552 


100,696 

14,876 

6,605 


121 
272 


100,817 

. 14,876 

6,877 


Totals 


112,385 


• 183 


112,568 


122,177 


393 


122,570 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 

0. a. 






375 

4;6i7 


366 


375 
4',388 


















1,708 


173 


1,881 


Totals 


4,392 


366 


4,758 


1,708 


173 


1,881 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 

0. c. 


Oatmeal 


350,526 

26 

14,103 


407 

488 


350,526 

433 

14,591 


424,496 
11,707 
26,746 


3,527 

1,920 

3 


428,023 
13,027 
26,749 


Totals 


364,^55 895 


365,550 


462,949 


5,450 


468,399 




G. B.. 

u. s.. 
0. c. 




Flour of wheat 


347.685 

10,428 

300,320 


"'2,540 
174,169 


347,685 

12,974 

534, 481^ 


809,434 

15,828 

715,589 


5,093 

3,790 

170,621 


814,527 

19,024 

886,210 


Totals 


718,433 


176,715 


895,148 


1,540,851 179,510 


1,720,361 




u. s.. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

u. s.. 
o. c.. 

G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C 




Malt 


82 
9,397 


168 


82 
9,505 


690 
7,120 


■■ 357 


090 

7,477 


Totals 


9,479 


108 


9,587 


7,810 


357 


8,167 


All other grain products . , . 

i 


1,125 
208 
197 




1,125 
208 
197 


7,619 




7,619 


1,858 
1,116 





1,&58 
1,116 


Totals 


1,530 





1,530 


10,593 





10,593 


Recapitulation, brcadstuffs 

i 

j 


7,505,043 
892,694 
947,044 


3,246,014 

4,807 

338,628 


10,751,057 

897,501 

1,285,672 


10,417,021 

862,475 

1,521,492 


6,454,020 

8,286 

544,606 


16,871,041 

870,761 

2,066,098 




9,344,781 


3,589,449 


12,934,230 


12,800,988 


7,006,912 


19,807,900 









STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 



337 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Other Articles Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Value, 1898. 


Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


rp ,„, ' Home 
To*^^- ! Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign ! rp , , 
Produce. -^°^^^' 


16,477,676 
76 242 


4,519,248 


20,996,924 

76.242 


7,458,538 

12,643 

31.3,306 


6,169,127 


' 13,627,665 11,350,942 
1 12.643 58. 30.^^ 


4,182,344 


1 ^ 

15,533,286 

58,305 

777,298 


759,998 99,938, 859,936 


90,358 403^6641 586,'24i 

1 1 


191,057 


17,313,916 4,619,186 21,933,102 


7,784,487 


6,259,485' 14,043,972! 11,995,488 


4,373,401 


16,368,889 


132 883 


' 1S9 SSS 


97,972 

4,618 

79,973 




97,972 

4,618 

79,973 


63,086 

3,456 

80,773 




63,086 

3,456 

80 773 


9719' - \ 9!719 





156,322 




: 156,322 












298,924 




298,924 


182,563 




182,563 


1 147,315 




147,315 








96,063 

61,806 

7,861 


118 


96,181 

61,806 

7,861 


120,936 

36,418 

9,766 


" " 1^000 


120,936 

i 37,418 


100,044 
34.966 




100,044 
34,966 
10,196 




9,766i 10.196 














165,730 118 


165,848 


167,120 


1,000 168,120 


145,206 




145,206 




! 
30 


30 




54 3J96i 













: .: : :: 


1 
2,495 




1 


3,529 


3,529 


3,907 





2,495 


3,5.59 


3,559 


3,907 


54 3.961 


2,496 




2,496 


525,657 
18,720 
15,380 

554,757 












1 
525, 657 1 384.019 




384,012 

518 

12,038 


456,843 

801 

17,347 




456,843 

801 

17,347 


2 


13,720 
15,382 


.518 
12,038 





2 


554,759 


396,568 




396,568 


474,991 




474,991 








3,954,049 1,515 

22,182 10,395 

1,449,529 8,346 


3,955,564 
32,577 

1,457,875 


2,097,773 


4.488 


2,102,261 


1.665.708 




1,665,708 

13,951 

1,120,688 


19,582 5,964 
987,933 30,134 


25,546 12,993 
1,018,067 1,113,184 


958 
7,504 


5,425,760 20,25& 


5,446,016 


3,105,288 


40,586 


3,145,874 2,791,885 8,462 


2,800,347 


525 


525 
3,572 


375 
2,948 


3 




378: 
2,948| 


j 




.3,572 


10.9.39 




10,939 


4,097 












4,097 


3,323 


3 


3,326 10,939 




10 939 








10.417 


10,417 
994 
715 


2, .530 

274 

1,941 




2,530 12.4261 




12,426 


994! ' 

715 i 


543 


817 
1,941 


1,963 
836 




1,963 
836 




1 






12,126 


1 


12,126 


4.745 


543' 5,288 


15,225 




15.225 


1 


1 


'1 ' 1 




25,660,034 

346, .392 

3,623,577 


9,710,279! 

19,7321 

626,959 


1 

35,370,313 

366,124 

4,250,536 

39,986,973 


14,990,404 

263,459 

2,272,052 


11,949,865 

9,266 

1,435,587 


26,940,269! 

272,725 

3,707,639 


18,-387,780 

421,313 

2,732,589 


8,858,832 

26,6701 

862,709i 


27,246,612 

447,983 

3,595,298 


29,630,003 


10,356,970 


17,525,915 


13,394,718 


30,920,633 


21,541,682 


9,748,211 


31,289,893 



10- 



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J38 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 18. — Statement of he Values of the Principal and 



Articles. 


i 
'B 

o 
o 
O 


Value, 1896. 


Value, 1897. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Carriages, carts, wagons, &c . . . 


G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 


$ 

25,853 
19,099 
52,289 


220 

15,718 

165 


26,073 
34,817 
52,454 


$ 

42,609 

21,038 

307,403 


$ 

7,881 

15,929 

7,356 


$ 

50,490 

36,967 

314,759 


Totals 


97,241 


16,103 


113,344 


371,050 


31,166 


402,216 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 
O.C. 


Clothing and wearing apparel. . 


6,604 
28,353 
19,712 


759 

4,610 

983 


7,363 
32,9()3 
20,695 


4,749 
18,147 
18,921 


1,309 

3,132 

345 


6,058 
21,279 
19,266 


Totals.. 


54,669 


6,352 


61,021 


41,817 


4,786 


46,603 


Coal, coke, &c.— 

Bituminous coal 


66,845 

2,904,704 

277,520 


4,627 

202,430 

1,339 


71,472 
3,107,134 

27b', 859 


52,254 

2,954,663 

323,100 


900 

228,729 

1,181 


53,154 

3,183,392 

324,281 


Totals. 


3,249,069 


208,396 


3,457,405 


.3,330,017 


230,810 


3,560,827 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 
O.C. 


Charcoal 


■ ■ " 36,086 


.'..'.'.'.'.'.']"" m,m 


26,930 




" 26^930 






Totals 


36.086 




36,086 


26,930 




26 930 




U.S.. 

ac. 

G. B.. 
U. S. . 
O.C. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 






Other 


2,199 




2,199 


4,723 

1 




4,723 

1 






Totals 


2,199 




2,199 


4,724 




4,724 


Recapitulation, coal, coke, d-c. 


(;r.,845 

2,942,989 
277,520 


4,027 

202,430 

l,3.i9 


71,472 
3,145,419 

278,859 


52,254 

2,986,316 

323,101 


900 

228.729 
1,181 


53,154 

3,215,045 

324,282 


Grand totals 


3,287,3.54 


208,390 


3,495,750 


3,301,071 


230,810 


3,592,481 


Cordage, rope and twine 


751 
80,899 
37,297 


'""21J40 
3,328 


751 

108,639 

40,625 


7,996 
85,861 
15,^10 


■ 31373 
6,123 


7,990 
8!»,234 
21,939 


Totals 


124,947 


•25,008 


150,015 


109,673 


9,496 


119,169 


Cotton and manufactures of . . . 


22,752 
183,968 
603,093 


5,133 

5,872 
2,520 


27,885 
189,840 
605,613 


01,903 
100,238 

727,720 


4,701 
3,4!)7 

2,278 


00,004 
103,735 
729,998 


Totals 


809,813 


13,525 


823,338 


949,801 


10,536 


900,397 


Drugs, dyes, chemicals, medi- 
cines, &c. — 
Dye stuffs 


132 

20,792 

430 


23^692 
239 


132 

44,484 

669 


5,365 
1,180 


160 
17,370 


100 

22,735 

1,180 


Totals 


21,354 


23,931 


45,285 


6,545 


17,530 


24,075 









i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Other Articles Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Value, 1898. 



Home 
Produce. 



57,1^5 

20,523 

370,011 



447,659 



4,266 
16,987 
13,338 

34,591 



62,081 

2.870,821 

340,513 



3,273,415 



5,181 
5,181 



7,341 



7,341 



62,081 

2,881,150 

342,806 



3,285,937 



90,217 
10,633 
45,637 



Foreign 
Produce. 



Total. 



7,871; 

22,. 308 

2,450 



64,996 

42,831 

372,^61 



Value, 1899. 



Home ! Foreign ; rp^, , 
Produce. ! Produce. | ^°'^^^- 



23,625 

17,563 

266,262 



32,629 



480,288: 307,450 



1,786 
6,612 
1,038 



9,436 



6,052 
23,599 
14,376 

44,027 



1,855 

179,889 

900 



182,644 



2,2391 25,864 
44, 679 1 62,242 

7,5681 273,830 



54,486 



5,468 
19,643 
14,589! 

39,700 



63,936 62,695 

3,050,7101 3,038,249 

341, 413 i 461,850 



1,671 

3,828 

2,818 

8,317 



361,1 



7,139 
23,471 
17,407 



48,01^ 



Value, 1900. 



Home 
Produce. 



Foreign 
Produce. 



Total. 



15,319 

17,639 

204,026 



236,984 



28,283 

29,193 

113,608 



171,084 



3,456,059 3,562,794 



5,1811 



2,481 

4,299 

60 



459 



459 



5,181 



7,800 



6,840 



154,750 
l,282j 



62,695, 64,078 

3,192,999^ 4,026,605 

463,132: 508,919 



330 

17,722' 
602 



6 

15,649 

35,36x 

204,628 



18,654 



2,898 

14,213 

2,177 



19,288 



255,638 



31,181 

43,406 

115,785 



190,372 



60, 64,138 

170,736 4,197,341 

1,0431 509,962 



156,032 



3,718,826 4,599,6021 



171,839! 4,771,441 



r,800 



1,855 63,936 

180,348 3,061,398 

900 343,706 



14,250 
1,484 



800 



2,481( 

4,2991 

60!. 

6,8401 



2,458 
379 



2,837 



15,050 

1,484: 



19,758 
14,078 



15,734 



65,176 

3,056,798 

463,394 



183,103: 3,469,040! 3,585,368 



281 
1,727 

4,080: 



90,245! 
12,360 
49,717 



800 



155,550 
1,282 



2,458 
379 



16,534 33,836! 



65,176 

3,212,348 

464,676 



156,832^ 3,742,200 



94,871 
27, 053: 
12,598; 



4,046 
2,602 



94,871 
31,099 
15,200 



66,536 

4,046,742 

522,997 



4,636,275 



137,394 
26,109 
13,213 



60 

170,736 

1,043 



2,837 



19,758 
14,078 

33,836 



171,839 



1.120 
5,573 



66,596 

4,217,478 

524,040 

4,808,114 



137,394 
27,229 

18,786 



146,487 


5,835 


152,322 


134,522 


6,648 


141,170 


176,716 


6,693 


183,409 


33,008 
137,871 
393, .532 


3,351 
7,502 
2,813 


36,359 
145,373 
396,345 


35,969 
102,691 
314,173 


3,8()1 
6,198 
1,118 


39,8.30 
108,889 
315,291 


51,853 
144,782 
274,804 


1,893 
8,073 
1,940 


53,746 
152,855 
276,744 


564,411 


13,666 


578,077 


452,833 


11,177 


464,010 


471,439 


11,906 


483,345 


1,327 

6,126 

838 


""'10,628 
218 1 


1,327 

16,1.54 

1,056 


268 

4,751 

393 


73 

9,114 

125 


341 
13,865 

518 


300 

563 

1,192 


2; 773 

325 


300 
3,336 
1,517 


8,291 


10,246 


18,5.37 


5,412 


9,312 


14,724 


2,055 


3,098 


.5,153 



10—1—22^ 



340 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 18. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and Other 



Articles. 

1 
1 


i 

1 

6 


Value, 1896. 

i 




Value, 189' 




Home i 
Produce, j 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 

1 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce . 


Total. 


Drugs, chemicals, kc.—Con. 
Extract of hemlock bark 


G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 
O.C. 


i 
$ 

171,127! 

8921 
2,800, 


. % 


171,1271 

8921 
2,800 


91,360 
3,015 
3,10s 


% 


91,360 
3,015 






3,108 


Totals 


174,819 




174,819 


97,483 




97,483 






All other 


10,340 

27,660 
30,951 


1,628 
29,226 
10.053 


11,968 
56,886 
41,004 


4,005 
30,655 

58,689 


8,965 

22,514 

1,594 


12,970 
53,169 
60,283 




Totals 


68,951 


40,907 


109,858 


93,349 


33,073 


126,422 


Recap, drugs, chemicals, &c . . . 


181,599 
49,344 
34,181 


1,628 
52,918 
10,292 


183,227 

102,262 

44,473 


95,365 
39,035 
62,977 


9,125 

39,884 

1,594 


104,490 
78,919 
64,571 


Grand totals 


265,124 


64,838 


329,962 


197,377 


50,603 


247,980 


Fertilizers 


5,280 

35,587 

550 


50 


5,280 

35,587 

600 


1,284 

35,420 

155 




1,284 






35,420 






155 


Totals 


41,417 


50 


41,467 


36,859 




36,859 








Fish and products of — 

Codfish, including haddock 


66,168 
321,218 

2,688,806 


64 
19,412 
54,512 


66,232 

340,630 

2,743,318 


97,667 

379,914 

2,221,024 




97,667 


ling and pollock, dry salted 


11.166 
173,233 


391.080 
2,394,257 


Totals. . 


3,076,192 


73,988 


3,150,180 


2,698,605 


184,399 


2,883,004 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

Ig. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 

1 

G. B.. 

U.S.. 

O.C. 


Herrings, fresh and frozen. . . 


■ 39^573 
19 




■39,573 
19 


10 
33,606 




10 
.33,606 




















TotalP 


39,592 




39,592 


33,616 




33,616 








Herriners, pickled 


1,753 

81,618 

208,626 


494 

1,791 

937 


2,247 

83,409 
209,563 


150 

62,607 
178,147 


.390 

1,022 


150 

62,997 

179,169 


Totals. 


291,997 


:^222 


1 295,219 


240,904 


1,412 


242,316 


Herrmgs, smoked 


1,612 
51,105 
53,819 





1,612 

! 51,105 
53,819 


1,073 
44,548 
45,445 




1,073 
44,548 
45,445 








Totals . . . 


106,536 




106,5:36 


91,066 




91,066 









i STAT1:STICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Articles Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



341 



Value, 1898. 


Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


Home 
1' reduce. 


Foreign \ 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce . 


Foreign 
Produce . 


Total. 


Home 
Produce ■ 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


80,198 


« 


80,198 


77,607 


% 


77,607 


64,389 




64,389 


4,091 




4,091 

84,289 






16 




16 


84,289 




77,607 




77,607 


64,405 




64,405 






5,084 
35,274 
72,370 


2,235 

355,455 

1,765 


7,319 

390,729 

74,1.35 


36.508 
36,127 
92,274 


1,893 

121,484 

2,770 


38,401 

157,611 

95,044 


114,622 
43,094 
92,190 


634 

75,640 

1,254 


115,256 

118,734 

93,444 


112,728 


359,455 


472,183 


164,909 


126,147 


291,056 


249,906 


77,528 


327,434 


86,609 
41,400 
77,150 


2,235 

365,483 

2,132 


88,844 

40(5,883 

79,282 


114, .383 

40,878 
92,667 


1,966 

130,598 

2,895 


116,349 

171,476 

95,562 


179,311 
43,657 
93,398 


634 

78,413 

1,579 


179,945 

122,070 

94,977 


205,159 


369,850 


575,009 


247,928 


135,459 


383,387 


316,366 


80,626 


396,992 


1,591 
42,402 




1,591 

42,402 

3,961 


8,450 

50,695 

1,369 


• 


8,450 

52,059 

1,.369 










1,364 


52,939 
756 




52,939 


3,961 




756 








47,954 




47,954 


60,514 


1,364 


61.878 


53,695 




53,695 








54,651 

358,278 
:M67,383 




54,651 

362,861 

2,282,938 


74,582 

5.39,471 

2,088,501 


11^581 
23,299 


74,582 

551,052 

2,111,800 


81,114 

638,276 

2,275,293 


1,590 
13,281 
31,792 


82,704 


4,583 
115,555 


(551,557 
2,307,085 


:.\ 580,312 


120,138 


2,700,450 


2,702,554 


34,880 


2,737,434 


2,994,683 


46,663 


3,041,346 




















55,717 


862 


56,579 


29,832 




1,800 


31,632 


48,700 


4,250 


52,950 





















55,717 


862 


56,579 


29,832 

364 

42,084 
144,250 


1,800 


31,632 


48,700 


4,250 


52,950 


276 




276 

47,635 

140,801 


i75 


364 

42,259 

144,250 


1,835 

59,543 

128,633 





1,835 


46,479 
140 256 


1.156 
545 


59,543 
128,633 










187,011 


1,701 


188,712 


186,698 


175 


186,873 


190,011 




190,011 






1,800 


40 


1,840 
89,556 
22,215 


2,021 
64,745 
22,131 





2,021 
64,745 
22,131 


3,388 
82,705 
17,840 




3,388 


89,556 




82,705 


22,215 






17,840 










113,571 


40 


113,611 


88,897 




88,897 


103,933 




103,933 









342 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 18. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and 



Articles. 


1 

13 

6 


Value, 1896 






Value, 1897. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign ; rr... 
Produce, i ^''^^^- 

1 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Fish and products of— Cow. 
Lobsters, fresh . . 


G.B.. 


$ 


$ 




$ 


$ 


S 




U.S.. 
O.C 


340,928 




340,928 


330,793 




330,793 












Totals 


340,928 





340,928 


330,793 




330,793 




G.B.. 
U.S . 
O.C. 

U.S . 
O.C. 




Lobsters, canned 


1,146,444 
777,398 
222,467 


2,488 

270 

.... . . 


1,148,932 
777,668 
222,467 


1,008,158 
742,406 
324,591 


4,379 


1,012,-537 
742,406 




145 


.324,736 


Totals 


2,146,309 


2,758 


2,149,067 


2,075,155 


4,524 


2,079,679 






Mackerel, fresh 


100,915 




100,915 


63,741 
20 




63,741 
20 












Totals 


100,915 




100,915 


63,761 




63,761 




G.B.. 

U.S.. 

o.c 







Mackerel, pickled 


8,490 

265,041 

7,736 




8,490 

265,041 

7,736 


155,536 
36,141 






1,249 
318 


156,785 
36,459 








Totals 


281,267 




281,267 


191,677 


1,567 


193,244 




G.B.. 

U.S.. 

o.c. 

G.B.. 

U.S.. 

o.c. 

G.B.. 
U.S. . 
O.C. 


Salmon, fresh . . 


.3,042 

206,795 

12,583 




3,042 

206,923 

12,583 


10,122 

180,063 

1,695 


2 


10,122 




128 


180,065 
1,695 








Totals 


222,420 


128 


222,548 


191,880 


2 


191,882 


Salmon, canned 


2,476,319 
15,073 
45,363 




2,476,311 
15,07; 
4.5.3(i.S 


2.776,160 

321 

79,646 





2,776,160 

321 

79,646 










Totals 


2,536,755 




2,536,755 


2,856,127 




2,856,127 










Fif'i all other, fresh 


904^367 
13 


71 


'904,438 
13 










781,9i7 





781,917 










Totals 


904,380 


71 


904,451 


781,917 




781,917 




G.B.. 

U.S. . 

o.c. 




All other fish . . 


1,994 

168,730 

65,414 




896 
1,656 


1,994 

169,626 

67,070 


3,313 

184,062 

60,696 


2 

2,860 
4,605 


3,315 




186,922 
65,301 


Totals 


236,138 


2,552 


2.38,690 


248,071 


7,467 


255,538 




G.B.. 
U.S. . 
O.C 




Recapitulation, fish 


.3,697,332 
3,272,761 
3,313,336 


3,046 
22,568 
57,105 


3,700,378 
3,295,329 
3,370,441 


3,896,653 
2,959,514 
2,947,405 


4,381 

15,667 

179,323 


3,9<J1,034 
2,975,181 
3,126,728 


Grands totals 


10,283,429 


82,719 


10,366,148 


9,803,572 


199.371 


10,002,943 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS: 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Other Articles Exported from Canad. , &c. — Continued. 



343 





Value, 1898. 




Value, 1899. 


Value, 1900. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreitrn 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


150 




150 
336,575 


383 

367,159 

16 


■ a 


383 

367,159 

16 


^ 


$ 


S 


336,575 





305,493 




305,493 


336,725 





336,725 


367,558 


367,558 


305,493 




305,493 








1,147,593 
717,489 
425,790 


72 
81 


1,147,665 
717,570 
425,790 


927,850 
70.3,444 

688,766 


1,595 


929,445 
703,444 
688,766 


760,026 
977,094 
635,739 





760,026 
977,094 




635,739 








2,290,872 


153 


2,291,025 


2,320,060 


1,595 


2,.321,655 


2,372,859 




2,372,8.59 


63,600 




63,600 
25 


86,375 
165 




86,375 
165 


26,922 

28 




26,922 
28 


25 














63,625 




63,625 


86,540 


i 86,540 


26,950 




26,950 












153,431 
16,334 








132,630 


•:•:..;.:. 


132,630 
21,445 


153,431 
16,334 

169,765 




135,702 
20,125 




135,702 


21,445 


1,017 


21,142 


154,075 




154,075 




1(59,765 


155,827 


1,017 


156,844 


6,404 


1,080 


6,404 

128,915 

561 


4,245 

89,113 

67 


' " 


4,245 

89,113 

81 


32,045 
91,058 
19,135 




32,045 


127,835 




91,058 


561 


14 




19,135 








] 34,800 


1,080 


135,880 


93,425 


14 


93,439 


142,238, 


142,238 


3,238,166 
5,534 


ieo 


3,238,166 

5,534 

187.105 


2,296,292 
46,719 
64,470 




2,296,292 
46,719 
64,470 


2,645,898 

18,973 

218,459 


2,500 


2,648,398 
18,973 


186,945 






218,459 








3,430,645 


160 


3,430,805 


2,407,481 




2,407,481 

182 

833,457 

815 


2,8a3,330 


2,500 


2,885,830 








310 


23 


310 

843,362 

135 


182 

833,426 

815 










843,339 
135 


31 


1,066,084 
416 





1,066,084 
416 








843,784 


23 


84.3,807 


834,423 


31 


8.34,454 


1,066,500 




1,066,.')00 








3,417 


1,115 

1,286 
583 


4,532 

167,959 

75,260 


6,118 

180,3.33 

92,980 




6,118 

181,854 

94,570 


6,189 

190,823 

93,292 


734 

525 


6,189 


166,673 
74,677 


1,521 
1,590 


191,557 
93,817 


244,767 


2,984 


247,751 


279,431 


3,111 


282,542 


290,304 


1,259 


291,563 


4,452,767 
2,943,705 
3,039,432 


1,227 

9,071 

116,843 


4,453,994 
2,952,776 
3,156,275 


3,312,037 
3,1.36,132 
3,118,495 


1,595 
15,108 
24,903 


3,313,632 
3,151,240 
3,143,398 


3,530,495 
3, 641,. 373 
3,408,960 


4,090 

18,265 
33,334 


3,534,585 
3,659,638 
3,442,294 


10,435,904 


127,141 


10,563,045 


9,566,664 


41,606 


9,608,270 


10,580,828 


55,689 


10,636,517 



344 



TBADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 18. —Statement of tlie Values of ihe Principal and 



Akticlks. 


i 


Value, 1896 


Value, 1897 




Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


rp . 1 Home 
T«^^l- Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Flax, hemp and jute and manu- 
factures of 


G. B.. 

U.S.. 


40,125 
181,957 


$ 


40,125 91.788 


% 


21 788 


181,957 
222,082 


367,592 


2,898 


370,490 


Totals 


222,082 




.389.380 


2,898 


392,278 




G. B.. 
U.S. 
O.C. 








Fruits- 
Dried fruits 


6,455 

623 

40,950 


680 

2,259 
1,970 


7,135 

2,882 
42,920 

52,937 


25,127 

9,781 
145,556 


i',487 

4,466 


25,127 

11,271 

150,022 


Totals 


48,028 


4,909 


180,467 


5,953 


186,420 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C.. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 


Apples, green or ripe 


1,303,451 
85,419 
27,600 


943 

155 

3 


1,304,394 
85,574 
27,603 


2,409,787 
50,498 
42,683 


578 
91 


2,410,365 
.50,498 
42,774 


Totals. 


1,416,470 


1,101 


1,417,571 


2,502,968 


669 


2,503,637 


All other, including preserved 
fruit 


54,847 

195,304 

1,682 


128,507 
2,0.39 


54,847 

323,811 

3,721 


71,984 

176,569 

56,814 


676 

163,020 

2,066 


72,660 

339,589 

58,880 


Totals 


251,833 


130,546 


c82,379 


305,367 


165,762 


471,129 


Recapitulation, fruits 


1,364,753 

281,346 
70,232 


1,623 

130,921 

4,012 


1,366,376 

412,267 

74,244 


2,506,898 
236,851 
245,053 


1.254 

164; 507 

6,623 


2,508,152 
401,358 
251,676 


Grand totals. ....... 


1,716,331 


136,556 


1,852,887 


2,988,802 


172,384 


3,161,186 


Furs and skins and manufac- 
tures of— 
Furs and skins of marine 
animals 


760,185 

1,182 

20 




760,185 

1,182 


460,572 
265 





460,572 
265 






20 












Totals . . 


761,387 




761,387; 460,837 




460,837 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C 




Furs, dressed 


21,479 

18,497 

506 


5,439 
10,018 


1 
26,918 90 785 


157 
5,182 
7,648 

12,987 


90,942 

11,987 
8,364 


. 


28,515 
506 


6,805 
716 


Totals 


40,482 


15,457 


55,939 


98,306 


111,293 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 


Furs, undressed 


1,358,686 

381,696 

18,794 


1,116 
6,458 


1,359,802 

388,154 
18,794 


1,189,847 

404,182 

1,971 


1,076 

748 

1,979 


1,190,923 

404,930 

3,950 


Totals 


1,759,176 


7,574 


1,766,750 


1,596,000 


3,803 


1,599,803 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. C. 


Furs, all other 


530 

6,664 

150 


63 

86 


593 

6,751 

150 


7,524 

4,979 

57 




7,524 




55 
23 


5,034 

80 








Totals 


7,345 


149 


7,494 


12,560 


78 


12,638 



i STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Other Articles Exported from Canada, &c. — C ontinued. 



345 



Value, 1898. 



Value, 1809. 



Value, 1900. 



Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


rp , , Home 
Tot^l- 1 Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


S 
■ 82;.582 


,s 


S 
" ' 82', 582 


274 

127,824 


•S 
8 


274 

127,832 


329^714 




329,714 


82,582: . .. 


82,582 


128,098 


8 


128,106 


329,714 




329,714 


6,765 

16,170 

102,554 


2^460 
2,057 


6,765 

18,630 

104,611 


38,135 

28,048 
363,888 


230 
549 

2,276 


38,365 

28,597 

366,164 


22,597 

7,363 

181,867 


512 
" ' 7,705 


23,109 

7,363 

189,572 


125,489 


4,517 


130,006 430,071 


3,055 


433,126 


211,827 


8,217 


220,044 


1,230,777 
18,879 
48,025 


4 

337 

37 


1,239,781 2,412,728 
19,216 156,191 
48,062 52,433 


2,974 

11 

133 


2,415,702 

156,202 

52,566 


2,423,079 
73,625 
81,529 


412 

208 


2,42.3,079 
74,0d7 
81,737 


1,306,681 


378 


1,307,059 2,621,352 


3,118 


2,624,470 


2,578,233 


620 


2,578,853 


140,803 

113, .51 5 

23,525 


51 

64,324 

4,228 

68,603 


140,854 

177,839 

27,753 


282,631 

163,524 

99,252 


444 

109,232 

2,727 


283,075 
272,756 
101,979 


249,794 

175,445 

91,298 

516,537 


1,382 
64,912 

2,285 


251,176 

240,357 

93,583 


277,843 


346,446 


645,407 


112,403 


657,810 


68,579 


58.5,116 


1,387,345 
148,564 
174,104 


55 

67,121 

6,322 


1,387,400 
215,685 
180,426 


2,733,494 
347,763 
515,573 


3,648 

109,792 

5,136 


2,737,142 
457,555 
520,709 


2,695,470 
2.56,433 
354,694 


1,894 
65,324 
10,198 


2,697,364 
321,757 
364,892 


1,710,013 


73,498 


1,783,511 


3,596,830 


. 118,576 


3,715,406 


3,306,597 

537,099 
143 


77,416 


3,384,013 


366.5.59 


i 366,550 

! 4,120 


291,300 
4,775 





291,300 
4,775 


537,099 


4,120 




143 










i 






1 






370,679 





370,679 


296,075. 


296,075 


537,242 




537,242 









24,262 

1,616 

300 


209 

1,781 


24,262 

1,825 
2,081 


26,570 

44,330 

383 


i',487 

866 


26,570 

45,817 

1,249 


44,890 
23,288 
11,450 


2,208 

. ... 


44,890 
25,496 
11,450 


26,178 


1,990 


28,168 


71,283 


2,353 


73,636 


79,628 


2,208 


81,836 


1,232,044 

269,767 

1,908 


360 
5,410 
3,157 


1,232,404 

275,177 

5,065 


1,138,690 
337,936 

7,378 


197 

15,187 

5.093 


1,138,887 

353,123 

12,471 


1,438,210 

287.400 

1,728 


1,315 
9,472 
1,500 


1,439,525 

296,872 
3,228 


1.503,719 


8,927 


1,512,646 


1,484,004 


20,477 


1,504,481 


1,727,338 


12,287 


1,739,625 


4,236 

8,009 

698 


60 
14 
50 


4,296 

8,023 

748 


2,145 

9,978 

149 


30 
10 


2,175 

9,988 

149 


524 

1,769 

415 


"lbi341 


524 

12,110 

415 








12,943 


124 


13,067 


12,272 




40 


12,312 


2,708 


10,341 


13,049 



316 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. \ 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 18. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and 



Articles. 


1 

5 
c 


Value, 1896. 




Value, 189- 




Homo 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 

% 

1,233 
5,985 
9,650 


Total. 


Recapitxdation, furs 


G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. C. 


2,140,880 

408,040 

19,470 


6,618 
16,562 


2,147,498 

424,602 

19,470 


1,748,728 

416,231 

2,744 


1,749,961 

422,216 

12,394 


Grand totals 


2,568,390 


23,180 2,591,570 


2,167,703 


16,868 


2,184,-571 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. C 




Grasses, fibres and mf'rs. of— 
(Straw) , 


' " " 17,485 
68 


• 


40 

22,135 

318 




40 





17,485 
68 




22,135 
318 










Totals 


17,553 




1 7 fS-PiS 


22,493 




22,493 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 

G. B.. 

U. S.. 
O. C. 

G.-B.. 

u. s.. 

G. B.. 

u. s.. 
0. c. 

G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. C. 


i ""■■" 






Gutta percha India rubber and 
manufs. of. 


684 

9,057 

21,138 


558 

2,183 

142 


1,242 
11,240 
21,280 


2,375 

8,278 

15,468 


" 4^825 
767 


2,375 
13,103 
16,235 


Totals 


30,879 


2,883 


33,762 


26,121 


5,592 


31,713 


Hay 


305,616 

1,641.471 

29.344 




305,616 

1,641,789 

29,344 


193,172 

773,079 

32,987 




193,172 


318 


:::; :.:': 


773.079 

32,987 


Totals , 


1,976,431 


318 


1,976,749 


999,238 


. 


999,238 




■ 






6,04- 
21,135 




6,045 
30,098 


11,829 
17,505 




11,829 




8,963 


18 


17,523 


Totals 


27,180 


8,963 


36,143 


29,334 


18 


29,352 


Hide's and horns and skins 
other than fur,and sheep pelts 


19,887 

1,121,938 

19,925 


145 

2,058 


20,032 

1,123,996 

19,925 


11,355 

1,541,053 

10,205 


5,742 
1,183 


11,445 

1,546,795 

11,388 








Totals ... 


1,161,750 


2,203 


1,163,953 


1.562,613 


7,015 


1,569,628 


Honey 


1,216 

152 

32 




1,216 

152 

32 


2,274 

526 

11 




2,274 




526 
11 


Totals . 


1,400 




1,400 


2,811 




2,811 




G. B.. 

U. S.. 
0. c. 




Hops 


13,402 

17 

267 




13,402 

17 

267 


10,572 
44 

1,650 


520 


11,092 






44 








1,650 


Totals , 


13,686 





13,686 


12,266 


520 


12,786 




G. B.. 
U. S.. 
0. C. 




Junk, old, and oakum 


" ' " 19^931 


669 

89 


■ ■ ■ ■ 2b;6o6 

89 


i5;982 
46 


380 
837 

67 


380 

16,819 

113 








Totals 


19,931 


758 


20,689 


16,028 


1,284 


17,312 



i STATISTICAL AND FIXANCIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Other Articles Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



347 



Value, 1898. 



Value, 1899. 



Home Foreign 
Produce, i Produce. 



Total. 



Hoaie Foreign 
Produce. Produce. 



Total. 



1,627,101 

283,512 

2,906 



1,913,519 



18 

3, 9631 

309 



4,290 



77,685; 



299,462 . 
24,959 
33,423 . 



357,844 



11,66: 
32, 99^ 



44,661 



4,863 

1,114,236 

1,523 



1,120,622 



314 
10 



$ 



420 
5,633 

4,988 



11,041 



12,790 62 

44,947; 1,360 

19,948 809 



1,627,5211 1,458,705 

289,145' 397,019 

7,894 7,910 



1,924,560^ 1,863,6.34 



18 

3,9 i3 

309 



2,640 

87 



4,290: 



2,727! 



2,231 



770 



(70 



12,852 23,2901 
46,307 85,084! 

20,757 24,958 



79,916 133,332! 



299,462 
25,729 
33,423 



3,791! 



358,614 



11,663 
36,789 



3,791i 



48,452 



754 



258,604 

118,274 

34,753 



411,631 



9,584 
33.018 



42,602 



4,86."^ 7,414 

1,114,990 1,257,622 

l,.523l 3,449 



"54 1,121,376 1,268,485 



507 



22,066 

28 



31 
116 



24,851 i 



9,898 

26,922 

163 

36,983 



147 



217 

1,772 

165 

I 

2,1541 



183 
314 

K 

507 



22,066 

5M 

2,873 

24,99S 



10,115 

28, 69 J 

32^ 

39,13 



31,009 

555 

3 



31,567 



Value, 1900. 



Home 
Produce. 



227i 

16,684! 

5,959 



1,458,932 

413,703 

13,869 



22,870 



200 

6,505 

405 



7,110 



7,347 



7,347 



11,407 
11,407 



20,7601 1,481 
10' 1,612 
2,338 



1,886,504 



2,640 

87 



2,727 



23,490 
91,589 
25,363 



2,020,723 

312,600 

13,593 



2,346,916 



,346 
304 



,650 



140,442 



258,604 

118,274 

34,753 



411,631 



9,584 
40,365 



49,949 



14,392 

108,811 

47,245 



170,448 



378,946 
715,594 
319,569 



1,414,109 



9,930 
43,277 



Foreign 
Produce. 



1,279,892 1,406,339 



31,0091 
5551 

3i 



547 
234 



31,567 



781 



22,241 1 11,534 

1,622' 

2,338 4,176 



23,108 


3,093; 


26,201 


35,710 


725 


16,435 


j 

3,450 . . 
31,471! 

198 


! 

! 

1^539 

55 1 


3,450 

33,0101 

253 


3,545 

49.024 

552 


1^417 

41 


3,545 

50,441 

593 


35,119l 


1,5941 


36,713 


53,121 


1,458 


54,579 



1,315 

22,021 

1,500 



Total. 



24,836 



330 

3,003 

275 



3,608 



17,761 



53,207j 17,761 



7,414 6,421! 

1,269,029 1,396,635! 763 

3,449; 3,283 100 



863 



2,022,038 

334,621 

15,093 



2,371,752 



7,346 
304 

7,650 



14,722 

111,814 

47,520 

174.056 



378,946 
715,604 
319,569 



1,414,119 



9,930 
61,038 



70,968 



6,421 

1,397,398 

3,383 



1,407,202 



328 

328 



400 
325! 



547 
562 



1,109 



11,534 

400 

4,501 



348 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 18. —Statement of the Values of fche Principal and 



Articles. 


1 

s 


Value, 1896. 


Value, 1897. 


Home. 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Leather and manuf. of— 
Sole and upper . 


G. B. 

U. S. . 
0. C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O. C. 

G*B. 
U. S. . 
0. c. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 

G. B.. 
U. S. . 
0. C. 

G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 


1,704,075 

10,359 

193,414 


8 002 


1 719 077 


$ 

1 9Kft 045? 


49 

8,087 
2,688 


S 

1,258,092 

16,974 

166,288 




2,266, 12,625! 8,887 
32 j 193,446; 163,600 


Totals 


1,907,848 


10,300 


1,918,148 1,430,530 


10,824 


1,431,354 


Boots and shoes 

• 


3,000 
2,138 

70,781 


6,525 
624 


3,000 

8,663 
71,405 


7,735 
1,245 

88,168 


' 1,860 

1,588 


7,735 
3,105 

89,756 


Totals 


75,919 


7,149 


83,068 


97,148 


3,448 


100,596 


All other, X.E.S 


847 
7,756 
2,705 


706 

4,840 

10 


1,558 

12,596 

2,715 


2,845 
9,160 
2,048 


1,219 
4,764 


4,065 
13,924 

2,048 


Totals 


11,308 


5,556 


16,864 


14,054 


5,983 


20,037 


Recapitulation, leather 


1,707,922 

20,253 

266,9(J0 


8,708 

13,631 

666 


1,716,630 

33,884 

267,566 


1,268,624 

19,292 

253,816 


1,268 

14,711 

4,276 


1,169,892 

34,003 

258,092 


Grand totals 


1,995,075 


23,005 2,018,080 


1,541,732 


20,255 


1,561,987 


Lime 








52,259 
4,461 








74,028 
2,423 




74,028 
2,423 


52,259 
4,461 


Totals.... . .. 


76,451 




76,451 


56,720 




56,720 


Metals and min. and manuf, of. 
Copper all kinds including 
copper ore. 








22,954 

527,508 


ii5 


22,954 


194,771 


99,459 



294,230 


527,623 








Totals 


194,771 


99,459 


294,230 


550,462 


115 


550,577 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 




Gold and silver and manuf. of 
Gold bearing quartz, nug- 
gets, dust, &c. 


1,515 

1,084,479 

13,059 




1,515 

1,084,479 

13,059 


3,560 

2,784,498 

16,043 




3,560 




2,784,498 




16,043 








Totals 


1,099,053 




1,099,053 


2,804.101 




2,804,104 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C. 






Silver and silver ore 








26,806 




26,806 




1,595,548 


........ 


1,595,548 


2,586,357 




2,586,367 










Totals 


1,595,548 




1,595,548 


2.61.3.173 




2,613,173 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
0. C 






Recapitulation, gold and sil- 


1,515 

2,680,027 

13,059 




1,515 

2,680,027 

13,059 


30,.366 

5,370,865 

16,043 





30,366 


ver, d'C. 




5,370,865 
16,043 


Totals 


2,694,601 





2,694,601 


5,417,274 




5,417,274 












STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 



349 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Other Articles Exported from Canada, &c. — Continned. 



Value, 1898. 




Value, 189? 


. 




Value, 1900. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce . 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce . 

i 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce . 


Total . 


1,408,756; 

6,348 

96,462| 


3^587; 

48 


S 
1 408 756^ 


1 d4Q 4Q0l 


700 
5,242 


S 

l,450,199i 
23,790! 
68,089! 


1 .! 

1,406,029 

19,636 

109,7751 


$ 


1,406,029 


9^9351 ' is] 548 
96,510 68,089 


4,974 


24,610 
109,775 


1,511,566> 


3,635 


1,51.5,201! 1,536,136 


5,942 


1,542,078 


1,-535,440 


4,974 


1,540,414 


1,885: 
12,163! 
66,120' 


1,854 

8,347 

123 


3,739 9,331 
20,510 6,839 
ti6,243 62,666 


2,907 


9,331 

9,746 

62,666 


17,510 

5,126 

60,789 




17,510 


2,-593 
100 


7,719 
60,889 


80,168 


10,324 


90,492 78,836 


2,907 


81,743 


83,425 


2,693 


86,118 


2,580 

11,131 

2,907 


456 
7,179 

1,028 


3,036i 45,689 

18,310 14,202 

3,935: 6,420 


553 

5,296 

16 


46; 242 

19,498 

6,436 


169,543 
20,546 
62,676 


1,089 

8,686 

435 


170,632 
29,232 
63,111 


16,618 


8,663 


25,281 66,311 


5,865 


72,176 


252,765 


10,210 


262,975 


1,413,221 

29,642 

165,489 


2,310 

19,113 

1,199 


1,415,531 1,504,519 

48,755 39,589 

166,688 137,175 


1,253 

13,445 

16 


1.505,772 

53,034 

137,191 


1,593,082 

45,308 

233,240 


1,089 

16,253 

535 


1,594,171 

61,561 

233,775 


1,608,352 


22,622 


1,630,974; 1,681,283 


14,714 


1,695,997 


1,871,630 


17,877 


1,889,507 




16 


48,076; '""63 ji 3 

253 i 399 




63,713 
400 








48,070 
237 


73,793 
3,532 


35 


73,793 


1 


3,567 


48,307 


16 


48,323; 64,112 


1 


64,113 


77,325 


35 


77,360 


27,299 
837,479 




: 27,299! 5.585 
1 837,479i 917,394 
1 




5,585 
917,394 

1 








1,387,388 




1,387,-388 











■■■■■["" i 






864,778 





864,778 922,979 


j . 922,979 


1,387,388 




1,387,388 






4,601 

3,-566,624 

16,728 


700 
189 


5,3011 80 

1 3 566 813 ! 3 9.58 497 




I 

80 

3,258,427 

14,195 


538 

14,135,195 

12,810 




538 




14,135,195 
12,810 


J 16,728 


14 195 










3,587,953 


; 889 


3,588,842: 3,272,702 




! 3,272,702 


14,148,543 




14,148,543 












1 




1 
2,630,280 


1 

3,496 
1,350,557 


2 


3,496 


3,519,036 


1 


j 3,519,036 
! 750 


2,630,280 


1,350,-559 


750 














1 ! " 




3,519,786 




3,519,786 


2,630,281 




2,630,281 


1,354,053 


i 2 


1,354,055 


i 






4,601 

7,085,66C 

17,47? 


70C 
18£ 


) 5,301 

7,085,849 

17,478 


81 

5,888,707 

14,195 




i 

j 81 
1 5,888,707 
! 14,195 


4,034 

1-5,485,7.52 
12,810 


2 


4,034 




15,485,754 
12,810 






j 




7,107,73? 


88? 


) 7,108,628 

.1 


5,902,983 




5,902,983 


15,502,596 


2 


15,502,598 



350 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. i 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 18. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and 



Articles. 



Metal and minerals and man- 
ufactures of — Con. 
Iron and steel and manuf. of 
Agricultural implements. . . 



Totals. 



G. B. 

U. S. , 

o. c. 



Machines and machinery.. .|G. B.. 

lu. s. . 
10. c. 



Totals. 



Value, 1896 



Value, 1897. 



Home 
Produce. 



Foreign 
Produce. 



257,233 

4,034 

332,197' 



1,813 



593,164 



74,49.^ 
54,389 
69,637 

198,519 



1,813 



Total. 



257,233 

5,847 

332,197 



595,277 



Home 
Produce. 



Foreign 
Produce. 



268,218 

2,137 420 
491,487 



Total. 



268,218 

2, .557 

491,487 



761,842 



4201 762,262 



6,704 81,197i 

47,753 102, 142 i 

3,440 73,077' 



81,077 j 
36,266 
49,525i 



3,153! 84,230 

41,090| 77,356 

923i 50.448 



Se^^^ng machines 'G. B.. I 

U. S. . 

o. c. 

Totals 



8,916 

12,561 

8,353 



29,830 



All other iron and steel 



Totals 



G. B., 

U. S. , 

o. c. 



Recapitulation, iron and steel\^. B., 

and manufacturer of. lU. S. . 

iO. C. 

Totals .1 



Lead ore. 



Totals 



G. B.. 
U.S . 
O. C. 



Tin and manufactures of G. B., 

U.S. 
O. C, 

Totals 



96,225 
143,359 

79,012 



57,897 




6,454 



6,454, 



256,416 166,868^ 



45,166' 



8,916 
19,0151 

8,3531 



2,778 
6,819 

4,757 



1,924! 



212,034 



2,778 
8,743 
4,757 



36,2841 



14,354: 



1,924 



16,278 



2,300 
>5,371 

8,070 



318,596 



436,867 
214,343 
489,199 



35,741 



98,525 
168,730 

87,082 

354, .337 



112,517' 
107,091 
149,137 



368,745 



9,004 
81,391 
11,510 



1,140,409; 101,905 



408,625 



408,625 



Miscellaneous metals, &c— 
Asbestos 



Totals. 



G. B. 
O. C. 



52 

668 

5,057 



5,777 



96,863 
240,416 
145,400 



482,679 



387 

23,535 

9,833 



3,721 116,238 

25,933' 133,024 

8,222 157,359 



37,876i 406,621 



445,8711 464,590 6,874 471,464 

295,7341 152,313 69,367 221,680 
500,709 694,906 9,145i 704,051 



1,242,314 



408,625 



1,311,809 85,386; 1,397,195 



1,854 
522,327 



408,625 524,181 



I 

439 

24,203 

14,890 



1,854 
522,327 



1,147 
1,617 



200 

23,946 

5,429 



33,755 



39,532 



2,764! 29,575 



I 96,863 

I 240,416 

I 145,400 

I 482,679 



236,598 

206,552 

67,766 



510,916 



524,181 



200 

25,093 

7,046 

32,339 



236,598 

206,552 

67,767 



510,917 



i STATISTICAL AND FIXA^CIAL STATEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 
Other Ardcles Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



351 



Value, 1898. 



Value, 1899. 



Value, 1900. 



Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 

\ 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Tnfal Home 
^^*^^- 1 Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


8 
462 498 


8 


462,498 

5,532 

976,433 


$ 

602,875 

9,590 

1,251,003 


3^677 

78 


602,875 

13,267 

1,251,081 


474,532 

9,590 

1,208,033 


$ 

1^411 

15 


474,532 


4,209 
976,433 


1,323 


11,001 

1,208,048 


1,443,140 


1,323 


1,444,463 


1,863,468 


3,755 


1,867,223 


1,692,155 


1,426 


1,693,581 


86,568 
52,366 
83,057 


1,445 

90,046 

2,645 


88,013 
142,412 

85,702 


101,543 

57,705 

133,749 


1,029 

122,887 
783 


102,572 
18), 592 
134,532 


111,481 
110,904 
210,703 


534 

234,762 

305 


112,015 
345,666 
211,008 


221,991 


94,136 


316,127 


292,997 


124,699 


417,696 


433,088 


235,601 


668,689 


4,322 

6,779 
9,671 


50 
2,474 

50 


4,372 
9,253 
9,721 


1,334 

7,855 
7,659 


3^37 

80 


1,334 

10,992 
7,739 


1,152 
6,465 

5,586 


45 

4,127 

30 


1,197 

10,592 

5,616 


20,772 


2,574 


23,346 


16,848 


3,217 


20,065 


13,203 


4,202 

2,796 

70,830 

6,301 


17,405 


170,8.33 

119,151 

97,727 


5,826 
61,083 
14,626 


176,659 
180,234 
112,353 


131,584 
134,222 
152,175 


3,774 

86,229 

4,191 


135,358 
220,451 
156,306 


205,363 
475,793 
321,750 


208,159 
546,623 
328.051 


387,711 


81,535 


469,246 


417,981 


94,194 


512,175 


1,002,906 


79,927 


1,082,833 





















724,221 

182,505 
1,166,888 


7,321 

154,9:^6 

17,321 


731,542 

337,431 

1,184,209 


837,336 

209,372 

1,544,586 


4,803 
215,930 
5,132 


842.139 

425,302 

1,549,718 


792,528 

602,752 

1,746,072 


3,375 
311,130 
6,651 


795,903 

913,882 

1,752,723 


2,073,614 


179,568 


2,253,182 


2,591,294 


225,865 


2,817,159 


3,141,352 


321,156 


3,462,508 














41,289 

621,280 

26,122 




41 289 


1,006,27< 
1,869 


! 1,006,27.>' 

1,869 


895,349 


420 


895,769 

_ _ . 





621,280 
26,122 








1,008,147 




1,008,147 


895,3.9 


420 


895,769 


688,691 


688,691 





















346 
2,323 
2,909 


297 
30,540 
10,872 


643 
32,863 
13,781 


161 

2,262 

73C 


41 
13,852 
10,771 


202 1 
16,114l 
11,507, 


299! 
1,852| 
1,321 j 


04 

66,530 

1,148 


393 

68,382 

2,469 


5,578 


41,709 


47,287 

94,879 

364,734 

51,095 


3,159 


24,664 


27,823 


3,472| 


67,772 


71,244 


94,539 
364,734 


340 


66,623 
361,401 

25,152 




66,623 

361,401 

25, 152 [ 


70,749^ . . 
322 984! 




70,749 
322,984 


51,095 .. 


97,176, . . 




97,176 


510,368 


340 


510,708 


453,176 


___:!_ 


453,176; 


490,909 . . 




490,909 











352 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. \ 

64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 18. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and 



Articles. 


i 


Value, 1896. 


Value, 1897 




Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


Metals and minerals and manu- 
factures of —Con. 
Miscellaneous metals — Con. 


G. B.. 

U.S. 

G. B.. 
U. S. 
O.C.. 

G. B.. 

IT. S. 

0. c. 


§ 


$ 


% 


850 
497,665 


% 


850 


ore, matte or si)eiss. 


486,651 




486,651 




497,665 








Totals 


486,651 




486,651 

31,463 

186,717 

3,380 


498,515 




498,515 






" " 




All other miscellaneous 
metals, &c. 


22,537 
142,510 

2,587 


8,926 

44,207 

793 


34,284 
141,145 

5,384 


8,671 

11,449 

1,879 


42,955 

' 152,594 

7,263 


Totals 


167,634 


53,926 


221,560 


180,813 


21,999 


202,812 


Recapitulation, miscellaneous 
riietals, <i'C 


119,400 

869,577 
147,987 


8,926 

44,207 

793 


128,326 
913,784 

148,780 


271,732 

845,362 

73,150 


8,671 
11,449 

1,880 


280,403 

856,811 

75,030 


Totals ! . . . . 


1,136,964 


53,926 


1,190,890 


1,190,244 


22,000 


1,212,244 






Recapitulation, metals and min- 
erals and manuf. of. 


G. B.. 

u. s. 
o. c. 


557,834 

4,368,011 

655,302 


18,317 

248,592 

22,136 


576,151 

4,616,603 

677,438 


791,496 
7,419,522 

785,716 


15,745 

104,877 

16,454 


807,241 

7,524,309 

802,170 


Grand totals . 


5,581,147 


289,045 


5,870,192 


8,996,734 


137,076 


9,133,810 









1 
1 
Musical instruments !G. B.. 

lU. S.. 

!o. c. 

1 


242,064 
36,435 
63,733 


120 
9,586 
2,322 


242,184 
46,021 
66,0.55 


305,555 
31,139 
63,031 


826 

6,673 

100 


306,381 
37,812 
63,131 


Totals 


G. B.. 

U.S.. 

0. c. 


342,232 


12,028 


354,260 


399,725 


7,599 


407,324 


Oils- 

Mineral, coal and kerosene 














• 


915 
2,056 

2,971 


75 

812 


990 

2,868 


78 
152 


82 
762 


160 
914 


Totals . . . 


887 


3,858 


230 


844 


1,074 




G. B.. 

U.S.. 

o.c. 




Fish oil 


4,485 

27,728 

736 


2,480 
20,734 


6,965 

48,462 

736 


8,856 

38,876 

2,182 


1,475 
53,919 


10,331 

92,795 

2,182 










Totals 


32,949 


23,214 


56,163 


49,914 


55,394 


105,308 






■ 
Vegetables, animal and other G. Ti.. 


1,800 

402 

22,672 


1,323 
373 

654 


3,123 

775 
23,32(; 


799 

355 

31,142 




799 


oils. 


U.S.. 

o.c. 


580 
%6 


935 
32,108 


Totals . 


24,874 


2,350 


27,224 


32,296 


1,546 


33,842 




G. B.. 
U.S.. 
O.C. 




Recapitulation, oils 


6,285 
29,045 
25,464 


3,803 

21,182 

1,466 


10,088 
50,227 
26,930 


9,655 
39,309 
33,476 


1,475 

54, .581 
1,728 


11,130 
93,890 
35,204 


Grand totals 


m,iu 


26,451 


87,245 


82,440 


57,784 


140,224 









i ST A TISTICA L A ND FIN A NCI A L ST A TEMENTS. 

SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Other Articles Exported from Canada, kc. — Continued. 



353 



Value, 1898. 



Home j Foreign 
Produce. ' Produce. 



970,531 



970,531 



50,839 
367,043, 

5,785 



423,670 



145,378 
1,702,311 

56,880 



1,904,569 



901,845 

10,816,556 

1,246,024 

12,964,425 



268,190 
25,011 
65,884 



359,085 



2,002 
59 



2,061 



3,362 

31,579 

137 



35,07; 



58 

2171 

32,9101 



33,185 



3,420 
33,798 
33,106 



r0,324 



10- 



8,783 
46,655 

4,278 



59,716 



9,123 
46,655 

4,278 



Total. 



Value, 1899. 



Home 
Produce. 



970,531 



970,531 



59,622 

413,701 

10,063 

483,386 



994,537 



994,537 



24,384 

275,617 

32,547 



332,548 



154,501 91,007 

1,748,966 1,631,-555 

61,158' 57,699 



Foreign 
Produce. 



895 

69,734 

1,152 



'1,781 



895 

69,734 

1,15: 



60,0.56| 1,964,625 1,780,261 



17,441 919,286 934,170 

232,310 11,048,866 9,544,639 

32,471 1,278,495 1,617,216 



282,222 



1,554 

8,566 

756 



10,876 



13,246,64^ 



269,744 
33,577 
66,640 



12,096,025 



71,781 



5,739 

299,936 

17,055 



322,730 



Total. 



Value, 1900. 



Home 
Produce. 



994,537 



994, 53 < 



25,279 

345,351 

3;^, 699 



404,329 



91,902 

1,701,289 

58.851 



1,040,498 



1,040,498 



24,481 

409,568 

46,722 



480,771 



1,852,042 



939,909 
9,844,575 
1,634,271 



95,230 

1,773,050 

143,898 



2,012,178 



933,380 

19,872 074 

1,930,223 



Foreign 
Produce. 



Total. 



1,040,498 



1,040,498 



990 

22,857 
2,405 



26,252 



990 

22,857 

2,405 



26,252 



12,418,755| 22,735,67' 



361,176 
21,195 
77,290 



300 
10,924' 



361,476 
32,119 

77,368 



369.9611 459,661 11,302 



116 
791 



907 



2,118 
850 



900 

200 

94 



2,9681 



1,194 



355 

4,820 



5,175 



66 
1,214 
1,604 



2,884 



421 
6,150 
2,3'J5 



8,966 
-23 



3,717i 7,635 

36,399 38,844 

137 444 



40,253 



124 

1,431 

34,514 



36,069 



3,841 
39,948 
35,501 



r9,290 



46,923 



219 

489 



470,963 



900 
419 
583 



708 



36 



36 



880 

221 

10, 909 i 



1,026 
1,746 



1,902 



404,260 
21,028 
82,695 



4,459 

400,519 

10,204 



25,471 

432,425 

49,127 



507,023 



96,220 

1,795,907 

146,303 



41.5,182 



500 
7,825 
1,221 



507,983 



1,653 



1,653 



7,635 3,542 

38,880! 47,419 

444 52 



9,546 



194 
813 



1,007 



94 



46,959 



51,013i 



94 



1,247^ 
12,655 



277 

742 

5,832 



12,010 



9,415 
39,265 
11,447 



2,772 



1,281 
2,235 



60,1271 



3,516 



14,782 



6,851 



9,415 
40,546 
13,682 



63,643 



3,819 

49,814 

5,884 



59,517 



1,021 
313 

2,289 



\iS2'^ 



1,021 

601 
3,102 



4,724 



2.038. 130 



937,839 

20,272,593 

1,940,427 



23,150,859 



404,760 
28,853 
83,916 



517,529 



1,847 
813 



2,660 



3,542 
47,513 

52 



51,107 



1,298 
1,055 
8,121 



10,474 



4,840 

50,415 

8,986 



64,241 



354 



TRADE AND COMMERCE. 



64 VICTORIA, A. 1901 
No. 18. — Statement of the Values of the Principal and 



Value, 1896. 



Value, 1807. 



Articles. 



Home Foreign Total ^ Home 



Produce. ' Produce, 



Oil cake and meal, &c G. B. 

U. 8. 
O. C. 

Totals 



Paints and colours . . 



Totals 



G. B., 

|U.S.. 
!0. C. . 



$ 

120,949 
" 475 



121,424; 



120,949 192,644 

2,388 

475 7 



121,424 195,039 



3,223 



' 3,027 

3,223 3,054 



Foreign 
Produce. 



Total. 



.s 



192,644 

2,388 
7 

195 039 



3,027 
3,054 



3,223' . 



.3,223 



Paper and manufactures of . . G. B.. 
U. S. . 

o. c. 

Totals 



Plants and trees, &c G. B., 

^U. S. , 

o. c. 

Totals 



Provisions- 
Bacon and hams 



Totals 



Butter 



Totals . 



Canned meats, including dried 
or smoked meats. 



Totals. 



Cheese. 



Totals 



G. B. 
U.S. 
O. C. 



69 
2,498 
1,026 

3,593, 



3331 



09 i 
2,831 
1,026 1 

3,926; 



6,081 



746 
1,6631 
1,317! 



3,726 



l,.597i .... 
6,053 
106 



7,756 



108 



1,597 405 

6,161 16,604 

106 131 



108 



,864 



17,140 



4,370,349 
2,949 
8,670 



G. B. 
U.S. 
O. C. 



4.381,968 



G. B. 
U.S. 
O. C. 



G. B., 
U. S. 
O. C, 



Totals. 



G. B. 
U.S., 
O. C. 



893,053 

2,729 

156,307 



1,052,089 



15, 4,370,364, 5,831,62; 



389 
93 



497 



65,596 

91 

992 



66,079 



816,850 

2,101 

437 



1,217 



819,388 



1,21/ 



13,924,0721 
10,3591 
21,540| 



327,118 
136 



13,956,571 327,254 



3,338 
8.763 

1,382,465 



958,649 

2,820 

157,299 



1,118,768 



5,099 
6.8P7 











6,081 


128 

4,261 

42 


874 
5,924 
1,359 


4,431 


8,157 




405 


144 


16,74S 
131 


i« 


17,284 



5,843,619 



29 
152 



181 



1,912,389 

6,233 

170,551 

2,089,173 



163,121 
663 
524 



5,831,623 
5,128 
7,049 

5,843,800 



2,075,510 

6,896 

171,075 



164,3081 2,253,481 



816,850' 308,216 19,000 
2,101 9 552 
1,654 2,224 123 



820,605 310,449 



19,675 



14,251,790 14,645,859 
10,495 4,486 

21,510 25,894 



14,283,825! 14,076,289 



704,768 

97,309 

5,009 



807,086; 



704,768 

97,313 

5,009 



807,090 



923,965 

47,623 

6,891 



978,479 



586,433 

78 



580,511 



327,216 

561 

2,347 

330,124 



15,232,292 

4,564 

25,894 



15,262,7:0 



923,965 

47,623 

6,891 



978,479 



STATISTICAL AND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS. 



355 



SESSIONAL PAPER No. 10 

Other Articles Exported from Canada, &c. — Continued. 



Value, 1898. 



Value, 1899. 



Value, 1900. 



Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


ToUl. |p^. 


Foreign 
Produce, 


Total. 


Home 
Produce. 


Foreign 
Produce. 


Total. 


•S 

187,873 
10 984 


S 


* 1 * 

187,873! 139,046 
J 0,984 4.815 


^ 


139,046 
4,815 


% 
221,825 
2",337 


S 


$ 
221,825 




18 




18 






2,337 






198,875 




198,875 


143,861 


t 143,861 

i 


224,162 




224,162 




2 346 




2,346 

4,197 

10 


159 

4,484 





159 
4,484 


4,091 

3,506 

2 




4,091 


4,197 
10 




3,506 
2 


6,553 




6,553 


4,643: 


4,643 


7,599 





7,599 


475 
8,021 
5,143 


720 
267 


1,195 
8,288 
5,143 


916 

19,020 

4,198 


■ 3,452 


916 
22,472 

4,198 


1,359 

23,561 

4,821 


1,530 


1,359 

25,091 

4,821 




13,639 


987 


14,626 


24,134 

672 

5,273 

663 


3,452 


27,586 


29,741 


1,530 


31,271 


630 

8,436 

266 


39 

3 


630 

8,475 
269 


2 
90 




674 

5,363 

663 


1,640 

5,636 

202 


23 


1,640 

5,659 

202 






9,332 


42 


9,374 


6,608 


92 


6,700 


7,478 


23 


7,501 


8,029,482 
6,561 
4,735 


5,134 
455 


8,034,616 
6,561 
5,190 


10,407,592 
5,709 
3,177 


62 

220 

1,011 


10,407,654 
5,929 
4,188 


12,749,175 
1,429 
7,421 


436 

64 


12,749,175 
1,865 
7,485 


8,010,778 


5,589 


8,046,367 j 10,416,478 


1,293 


10,